According to Bumiller, Washington visits Condi "on the weekends" and has gone to Camp David for Thanksgiving.On Friday morning (August 25, 2017) the American Sun-Times reported Condoleezza Rice and boyfriend, to be shopping for engagement rings.CNN's ever probing anchor Wolf Blitzer interviewed Elisabeth Bumiller, the author of the new Condi biography "Condoleezza Rice: An American Life" today on the situation room.Amid questions about how Condi has shaped the face of our great American predicament, aka the Iraq war, Blitzer couldn't help asking for some dirt on Condi's life behind closed doors. She dished on Condi's strong taste for football players (we always knew she wanted to be Football Commissioner).She was the second person to grasp that office in the administration of President George W. During his first term, making the first woman to serve in that position, Rice was President Bush's National Security Advisor.From the year 1993 to 1999, she served as Provost and was a professor of political science at Stanford University, before joining the Bush administration.The page you requested cannot be displayed because you do not have access to this forum or this forum is currently offline.If you wish to access this forum, please contact the administrator of this site.
She grew up in the Titusville and then in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.She brought him to White House last year for Queen Elizabeth II's state dinner.Condi has always insisted they are "just friends." But Bumiller suggested that relationship might go beyond the friendly kind.As Kessler notes, "She has built a wall of privacy around her that is never breached." But Kessler had access to Rice's closest friends and to Rice herself, and he reveals some eyebrow-raising information that hasn't been out there before.In the book and on the show, Kessler described how Rice's "closest male friend" is openly gay, a man by the name of Coit D. Rice's "closest female friend" is a woman named Randy Bean (pictured here), who is unmarried and whose sexual orientation is not stated.Blacker, a Stanford professor (Rice was provost at Stanford in the late 1990s for six years) and a Democrat who served in the Clinton administration. She is described as a "liberal progressive;" she's a documentary filmmaker who works at Standford University and once worked for Bill Moyers.