Trilateral Susan Rice Is Leaving Her Post As Biden’s Domestic Policy Advisor

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Whenever current or former members of the Trilateral Commission make a move in American politics, TN will cover it. Susan Rice has been a one-woman wrecking ball running Biden’s domestic policy program. She’s served her purpose. Top contender to replace her is Neera Tanden, former president of ultra left-wing Center for American Progress, founded by Trilateral John Podesta.‚ĀÉ TN Editor

The White House announced Monday morning that¬†Susan Rice¬†is stepping down as President Biden’s domestic policy advisor, after being in the role for over two years.

“I surprised a lot of people when I named Ambassador Susan Rice as my Domestic Policy Advisor,” Biden said in a statement which announced the departure. “Susan was synonymous with¬†foreign policy, having previously served as National Security Advisor and UN Ambassador. But what I knew then and what we all know now ‚Äď after more than two years of her steady leadership of the Domestic Policy Council ‚Äď it‚Äôs clear: there is no one more capable, and more determined to get important things done for the American people than Susan Rice.”

She’ll formally step down next month, and¬†was in charge of various polarizing Biden administration issues from gun control to student loan forgiveness and immigration.

Biden said in the statement that she made “history” given her past career as national security adviser and now recently domestic policy adviser.

Before being tapped as Obama’s national security adviser for the former Democratic president’s second term, she was the US ambassador to the United Nations.

There she had been key in¬†crafting US messaging on events like the “Arab Spring” and the US-NATO intervention in Libya to overthrow¬†Muammar Gaddafi

As for her foreign policy legacy, she was always among the Democrats’ stalwart hawks in the mold of Hillary Clinton. It’s as yet unclear where she’s moving to next – perhaps MSNBC has a cushy political pundit job waiting for her.

As for a possible replacement, Politico¬†writes that¬†“Rice‚Äôs departure leaves a major hole within the top ranks of the White House right as it gears up for a likely re-election campaign and as it faces a stare down with congressional Republicans over raising the debt limit. Among those being eyed as a replacement for her include Neera Tanden, Biden‚Äôs staff secretary and a senior adviser, four people with knowledge of the deliberations told POLITICO.”

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Patrick Wood
Patrick Wood is a leading and critical expert on Sustainable Development, Green Economy, Agenda 21, 2030 Agenda and historic Technocracy. He is the author of Technocracy Rising: The Trojan Horse of Global Transformation (2015) and co-author of Trilaterals Over Washington, Volumes I and II (1978-1980) with the late Antony C. Sutton.
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Gerry

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Gerry

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Gerry

…(2nd and final edit)…at last, finally a most compelling reason for a shortage of rice!…

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