WASHINGTON — Susan Rice, the much-maligned Obama administration official, will visit and talk with disgruntled Afghan President Hamid Karzai.
Reuters reported that Karzai was upset over a U.S.-Afghan security pact that the Afghan elders voted and approved, and said he may not sign it into law.
Rice flew out to Afghanistan to meet with him. Karzai may not let U.S. troops stay in Afghanistan past the withdrawal deadline, and would be under scrutiny by Afghan forces and their government.
But, the troubled national security advisor to Obama has had her fair share of political turmoil. Her role in covering up the truth behind the September 11th, 2012 terrorist attacks on the U.S. consulate at Benghazi was notorious. The attacks killed four Americans, including the U.S. ambassador Christopher Stevens. She went on the Sunday television circuit and blamed a “spontaneous” attack on the consulate, as did Obama and then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
Evidence emerged that the Obama administration knew it was a planned terrorist attack, ignored repeated cries for help and aid and did not send reinforcements. Yet, they still blamed an amateur video for instigating the attack.