As expected, Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice has countered’s claims against her in his new autobiographical book, with a few statements of her own…
Dick Cheney's new autobiography entitled In My Time: A Personal and Political Memoir, is touted for making “heads explode” by its much-resented author.
Earlier on, it was Generalwho had shot it down as he also defended Condoleezza. Now it’s Rice herself, who’s firing back at Cheney by saying that it’s an attack on her integrity!
Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said yesterday that she resented the callous comments Cheney made about her in his memoir when he called her “naïve” for trying to negotiate a nuclear weapons agreement with North Korea.
Cheney added fuel to the fire by explaining that Rice’s strategy for the State Department on the North Korean nuclear arms issue was "utterly misleading." Cheney even went so far as saying that Rice went to president George W Bush “tearfully” on another matter, which Rice has refuted as being totally uncharacteristic of her eight years in the position as Secretary of State.
Cheney’s publishers Simon & Schuster must’ve known a thing or two about the public’s reaction when they reportedly signed the supposed multi-million dollar publishing deal back in 2009.