Susan Rice in The Hill 2020s


On Government Reform: 2020 Election: Our democracy has held

In her op-ed, Rice said that after Biden's victory and the rejection of the Trump campaign's lawsuits, "our democracy has held."

"Perhaps only when the stars are optimally aligned -- when voters turn out in huge numbers, when the outcome is not close, when state and local officials and the courts adhere to the rule of law, when foreign interference is thwarted, when the media behaves responsibly and when people remain peaceful -- can our democracy endure its greatest tests."

Source: The Hill e-zine on 2021 Biden Administration Dec 22, 2020

On War & Peace: National security endangered by lack of communication

Rice argued that the National Security Principals Committee -- the Cabinet-level group led by the national security adviser and staffed by high-level officials including the secretaries of State and Defense, the attorney general and the director of National Intelligence -- is less involved in making national security decisions than it should be. "The wheels have come off the bus of the process," Rice said
Source: The Hill on 2020 Maine Senate race Oct 6, 2019

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