Susan Rice Dodges on Whether She Would Willingly Testify Before Congress Susan Rice Dodges on Whether She Would Willingly Testify Before Congress – NTK Network

Susan Rice Dodges on Whether She Would Willingly Testify Before Congress

Former National Security Advisor under President Obama, Susan Rice, would not say on MSNBC Tuesday whether she would be willing to testify before Congress on issues related to reports of deliberate mishandling of intelligence in the Obama administration. Host Andrea Mitchell said that Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) said that Congress should subpoena Rice for testimony […]

By NTK Staff | 04.04.2017 @12:43pm

Former National Security Advisor under President Obama, Susan Rice, would not say on MSNBC Tuesday whether she would be willing to testify before Congress on issues related to reports of deliberate mishandling of intelligence in the Obama administration.

Host Andrea Mitchell said that Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) said that Congress should subpoena Rice for testimony on the issue.

Asked if she would be willing to answer questions in front of Congress, Rice responded: “Let’s see what comes. I’m not going to sit here and prejudge.”

Rice then talked about how Congress needed to complete its ongoing investigations into Russia’s involvement into the 2016 election.

Rice’s stance heavily contrasted with the willingness of former and current Trump aides to testify before Congress. Jared Kushner, Paul Manafort, Carter Page, and Roger Stone have all volunteered to testify regarding the investigation into connections between Russian intelligence and the Trump campaign.

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