BREAKING: Susan Rice Announces that She Is Leaving the Biden White House Next Month – So Who Will Run the Administration Now?

Susan Rice announced today that she is leaving her position in the Biden Administration next month.

CNN reported moments ago:

White House Domestic Policy Adviser Susan Rice will leave her administration post next month, an official tells CNN, marking one of the Biden administration’s highest-profile departures as the president’s domestic agenda stalls in a divided Congress.

Rice’s final day will be May 26, the official said. NBC News first reported her upcoming departure.

Biden offered effusive praise for Rice in a statement Monday, writing there “is no one more capable, and more determined to get important things done for the American people than Susan Rice.”

“As the only person to serve as both National Security Advisor and Domestic Policy Advisor, Susan’s record of public service makes history,” Biden said. “But what sets her apart as a leader and colleague is the seriousness with which she takes her role and the urgency and tenacity she brings, her bias towards action and results, and the integrity, humility and humor with which she does this work. I thank Susan for her service, her counsel and her friendship. I will miss her.”

In a tweet Monday, Rice said she was “deeply grateful” to Biden for the opportunity.

Here is Rice’s tweet with the announcement.

Biden started his message by saying.

I surprised a lot of people when I named Ambassador Susan Rice as my Domestic Policy Advisor.

Many Americans wonder if he even created this message.  Rice was widely believed to be the one leading the government behind the scenes since Joe Biden is clearly incapable of running anything.

Rick Grenell shared two years ago that Rice was running the shadow government.  She was the shadow president.

Soon she will be gone.  Who is going to run the White House now?

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