Condoleezza Rice has worked as America’s central ambassador under President George W. Bush.
In any case, she couldn’t have been more political when it came to critiquing President Donald Trump.
She showed up on Tuesday morning’s release of The View and said a few words in regards to it.
Rice was on the show advancing her new book “Democracy,” yet the hosts needed her to go up against the greatest stories of the week. She appeared to concur at one point with President Trump’s assessment of Kim Jong-un as a “smart cookie.” And concerning Trump himself, Rice stated that we have a different sort of president.
“He had never been in government before,” she said of Trump. “And when you haven’t been in government before, sometimes it looks kind of easy in there, until you get in there. And when he said, you know, this job’s a lot harder than I thought, I actually kind of felt bad for him, because it is a really hard job, and it’s a lonely job, and you want people around you who you trust.”
As per our source, Conservative Fighters, Rice clarified how questioning the authenticity of our own presidential decisions is giving Vladimir Putin more energy to control us.
“Secretary Clinton questioned the legitimacy of his election in 2012. Now he’s saying, I’m going to question the legitimacy of your election by hacking into it and so forth. Don’t let him get the satisfaction of thinking that we don’t believe our own elections to be legitimate,” said Rice.
“I trust the people who voted in Wisconsin and Texas and Alabama and California to have voted on the basis of who they thought was best going to represent their interests. And so I’m not going to question the legitimacy of their vote because Vladimir Putin tried to interfere in the elections. That’s just a step that I don’t think we should take,” she added.
“Let’s trust our fellow citizens to have been smart enough to have voted for the people they thought they ought to be voting for.”
Watch the entire interview below: