50 Facts About Susan Rice

1. Susan Rice married Ian Cameron on September 12, 1992 in Washington, DC; the two met while at Stanford.

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2. Susan Rice was born on November 17, 1964 in Washington, DC.

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3. Susan Rice was confirmed as UN ambassador by the US Senate by unanimous consent on January 22, 2009.

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4. Susan Rice served on the staff of the National Security Council and as Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs during President Bill Clinton's second term.

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5. Susan Rice is an African American whose maternal grandparents were Jamaican.

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6. Susan Rice got married to Ian Officer Cameron on September 12, 1992.

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7. In 1997, Susan Rice was appointed as assistant secretary of State for African Affairs.

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8. In 1993, Susan Rice worked for the Clinton administration at the National Security Council until 1997.

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9. Susan Rice was born to Emmett J Rice who was the second black governor of the Federal Reserve System and Lois Dickinson.

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10. Susan Rice was a former United States diplomat and the United States Ambassador to the United Nations.

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11. Susan Rice studied at New College, Oxford, where she obtained an MPhil in 1988 and a DPhil in 1990.

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12. Susan Rice served as the 27th United States Ambassador to the United Nations from January 2009 to June 2013.

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13. Susan Rice was a Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institution from 2002 to 2009.

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14. Susan Rice was appointed to the Board of Governors by President Jimmy Carter, and he helped to shape US monetary policy and assisted in managing the savings and loan crisis of the 1980s.

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15. Susan Rice served as the 24th National Security Advisor for four years under then-President Barack Obama.

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16. Susan Rice was the driving force behind a misinformation campaign about the Sept 11, 2012, Benghazi terror attacks.

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17. Susan Rice were detailed spreadsheets of intercepted phone calls with unmasked Trump associates in perfectly legal conversations with individuals", diGenova told The Daily Caller News Foundation Investigative Group Monday.

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18. Susan Rice allegedly ordered surveillance of Donald Trump's 2016 election campaign aides as part of a political intelligence operation.

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19. Susan Rice previously caused controversy after she appeared on talk shows in 2012 as US Ambassador to the United Nations and attributed the Benghazi attack to a video.

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20. Susan Rice took leave from Brookings in 2008, to become the senior foreign policy adviser to Barack Obama during his presidential campaign.

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21. Susan Rice left the public sector in 2002 to become a senior fellow in foreign policy for the Brookings Institute, a nonprofit public policy organization based in Washington, DC Its mission is to conduct independent research and provide recommendations to the government based on their findings.

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22. Susan Rice has not yet responded to a Bloomberg email seeking comment on Monday morning.

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23. Susan Rice was honored for 32 years of service as a board member and vice president, Prentiss said.

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24. Susan Rice recently insinuated on Twitter that she was considering a run to unseat Senator Susan Collins, a Maine Republican who voted in favor of Kavanaugh's confirmation.

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25. Susan Rice recently insinuated on Twitter that she was considering a run.

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26. Susan Rice was inducted into Stanford's Black Alumni Hall of Fame in 2002.

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27. Susan Rice is an avid tennis player, often playing on weekends.

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28. Susan Rice serves on the boards of several organizations, including the advisory board of Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies at Stanford University, the board of directors of the Bureau of National Affairs, Inc, and the board of directors of Partnership for Public Service.

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29. On March 28, 2018, Susan Rice was appointed to the Board of Directors at Netflix.

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30. On March 8, 2017, Susan Rice joined American University as a Distinguished Visiting Research Fellow in the School of International Service at the university.

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31. Susan Rice informed the House Intelligence Committee in September 2017 that she requested the unmasking because of a redacted report provided by the intelligence services concerning an undisclosed visit to the US by UAE crown prince Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan in December 2016.

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32. In a 2015 speech on US-China relations, Susan Rice noted the problems of Chinese hacking, saying, "This isn't a mild irritation.

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33. Susan Rice has been criticized for intensifying the Obama administration's conflicts with Israel during her time as National Security Advisor.

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34. In May 2014, Susan Rice traveled to Israel for meetings with Israeli officials in which nuclear talks with Iran were discussed.

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35. Susan Rice was sworn in as the 24th National Security Advisor on July 1, 2013.

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36. Susan Rice stated that her claims about Benghazi were based on the unclassified version of information approved by United States intelligence services.

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37. Susan Rice offered some of the toughest rhetoric toward Gaddafi, blasting his denials of atrocities against his own citizens as "frankly, delusional".

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38. As the 2011 Libyan Civil War progressed, Susan Rice made clear that the United States and the international community saw a clear choice for Gaddafi and his aides: step down from power or face significant consequences.

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39. Susan Rice had a poor relationship with State Department veteran Richard Holbrooke, whom she considered to be meddling on her turf and who in return had viewed her as incompetent.

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40. Susan Rice became the second youngest person and the first African American woman to represent the US at the UN.

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41. On December 1, 2008, Susan Rice was nominated by president-elect Obama to be the US Ambassador to the United Nations, a position which he restored to cabinet level.

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42. On November 5, 2008, Susan Rice was named to the advisory board of the Obama–Biden Transition Project.

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43. Susan Rice took a disparaging view of Obama's Republican opponent in the campaign, John McCain, calling his policies "reckless" and dismissing the Arizona senator's trip to Iraq as "strolling around the market in a flak jacket".

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44. Susan Rice went on leave from the Brookings Institution to serve as a senior foreign policy adviser to Barack Obama in his 2008 presidential campaign.

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45. Susan Rice was managing director and principal at Intellibridge from 2001 to 2002.

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46. In 2012, when serving as UN ambassador, Susan Rice opposed efforts to publicly censure Rwandan President Paul Kagame for again supporting a Congolese rebel group, this time in the 2012 Congo conflict, despite the sacking of the regional capital of Goma.

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47. Susan Rice was not the first choice of Congressional Black Caucus leaders, who considered her a member of "Washington's assimilationist black elite".

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48. Susan Rice was a foreign policy aide to Michael Dukakis during the 1988 presidential election.

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49. Susan Rice was an athlete, student council president, and valedictorian at National Cathedral School in Washington, DC, a private girls' day school.

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50. Susan Rice raises specter of challenging Susan Collins in 2020.

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