Former White House Deputy National Security Advisor Susan Rice, who lied to the American people about the 2012 attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi and unmasked General Michael Flynn, is back at the White House in a new role for the Biden administration.
Rice is President Biden's domestic policy advisor and her focus is on "advancing racial equality." Today she made an appearance in the White House briefing room.
"The president has committed the whole of our government to advance racial justice and equity for all Americans," Rice said. "I believe we all rise or fall together. Advancing equity is a critical part of healing and restoring unity in our nation."
Susan Rice’s return to the White House briefing room pic.twitter.com/IDsYChP4qq— Jonathan Lemire (@JonLemire) January 26, 2021
Domestic Policy Director Susan Rice: "The president has committed the whole of our government to advance racial justice and equity for all Americans. I'm leading this effort ... we'll hold the federal government accountable for advancing equity for families across America." pic.twitter.com/uMKP2tSbQ8— This Week (@ThisWeekABC) January 26, 2021
Susan Rice is very upset with America and her racist people. She's offering quite the lecture as an extremely wealthy, privileged D.C. resident.— Curtis Houck (@CurtisHouck) January 26, 2021
Rice is also working to combat "white nationalism."
Domestic policy adviser Susan Rice says President Biden has ordered intelligence community to compile a "comprehensive assessment" on the threats of white nationalism, and provide input on policies to address it: "We're taking it quite seriously" https://t.co/qGn2lvb0rX pic.twitter.com/dTXhWI0P2a— CBS News (@CBSNews) January 26, 2021
On Tuesday afternoon, President Biden will sign a number of executive orders related to "racial equity," including one to end federal contracts with private prisons.