Susan Rice To Replace Donilon As National Security Advisor

In the Obama regime, people who are embarrassments and incompetent get better jobs

(Fox News) Susan Rice, the U.S. ambassador who drew criticism for her initial account of the Benghazi terror attack, has been promoted to national security adviser, a senior White House official confirmed to Fox News.

Rice will replace Tom Donilon, who is resigning from the post. Rice, the current U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, does not need Senate confirmation for the job.

She never would have gotten through the confirmation process for Sec of State, and would have had to answer inconvenient questions regarding Benghazi. Fortunately, she’s eminently qualified to be the NSA, because, um, well, she, ah, supported Obama and went on 5 shows to give idiotic and misleading (to be charitable) talking points that no one believed.

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One Response to “Susan Rice To Replace Donilon As National Security Advisor”

  1. Hire_The_Gumballs says:

    She’s a toady being rewarded for falling under the bus when commanded. Yet what does it say about this administration that they appoint someone like this to this important decision.

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