Rice Not Interested in VP JobThere has been much speculation over the possibility of Condoleezza Rice as John McCain's vice president. On Monday, the secretary of state gave her answer: "I don't want to be, don't intend to be, won't be on the ticket." Instead, she plans to return to academia. Because she's an idea person.
There has been much speculation over the possibility of Condoleezza Rice as John McCain’s vice president. On Monday, the secretary of state gave her answer: “I don’t want to be, don’t intend to be, won’t be on the ticket.” Instead, she plans to return to academia. Because she’s an idea person.
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New York Times:
While praising Mr. McCain, Republican of Arizona, Ms. Rice said in an interview, “I don’t want to be, don’t intend to be, won’t be on the ticket.”
She said she would return to academic pursuits at Stanford University at the end of the Bush administration.
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