Susan Rice to Step Down: Susan Rice Resigns from White House Role

April 25, 2023 by  

Susan Rice, who served as the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, has resigned from her role in the White House. Rice had assisted the Biden administration in expanding the Affordable Care Act, getting his Inflation Reduction Act passed, and pushing for gun control legislation.

Her resignation comes as the White House faces controversy over its handling of migrant children who crossed the Southern border.

In a statement announcing Rice’s departure, President Joe Biden praised her as a history-making public servant, citing her unique role as both National Security Advisor and Domestic Policy Advisor. He also praised her for her leadership, urgency, tenacity, bias towards action, and results, as well as for her integrity, humility, and humor.

Rice’s resignation leaves a significant gap in the White House’s top ranks, as it prepares for a likely re-election campaign and a showdown with congressional Republicans over raising the debt limit. According to four people with knowledge of the deliberations, Neera Tanden, a senior adviser and Biden’s staff secretary, is among those being considered to replace Rice. However, a top White House official has stated that no replacement has been identified yet.

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