"The president still has a kind of transactional view of worldwide politics but, in fact, interests are more enduring than transactions", Rice said.
He had never been in government before. "And when he said, you know, this job's a lot harder than I thought, I actually kind of felt bad for him, because it is a really hard job, and it's a lonely job, and you want people around you who you trust".
Rice also weighed in on warnings that Obama administration officials, including from the former president himself, gave Trump about his former advisor, Michael Flynn, and Flynn's ties to Russian Federation.
Rice also said on CBS' "This Morning" that Kim is "reckless and maybe even a little unhinged".
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Her segment is below at the 7:00 mark. "That first American Constitution didn't provide my father the right to vote in 1952 in Birmingham, Alabama", she said. "Its a relationship youve got to have but it is tough", said Rice, who served as the National Security Advisor and the Secretary of State under the Bush administration. "And the presidency is more than one person and I will do whatever I can to help the occupant of that office succeed". "Until the new president is sworn in, the president who is there gets to make the policy..." She said that they're trying to send a message that they're powerful, strong and can make the USA suffer.
Rice also revealed that Putin has been trying to interfere with American elections for a long time but cyber allows him to do it easier and quicker.
"Don't let him get the satisfaction of thinking we don't believe our own elections to be legitimate", she said.
As for the results of the election, Ms. Rice said there's a reason Mr. Trump won that has nothing to do with Russian Federation.