Rice Questioned in Confirmation Hearings

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Condoleezza Rice may be President Bush's closest confidante, the ultimate insider. Now, as the president's nominee for Secretary of State, she faces a new role. We cover the confirmation hearings of Rice as the country's chief diplomat.


Elaine Shannon, State Department correspondent, Time

Antonia Felix, author, Condi: The Condoleezza Rice Story

Ambassador Thomas Boyatt, Foreign Affairs Council



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