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It was indeed quite an interview, and perhaps the only time that the ladies on “The View” actually sat quietly in awe, reminiscent of children listening in silence as their kindergarten teacher reads them a story. Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice perhaps for only the ten plus minute interview was able to keep this rowdy bunch of progressive misfits engaged in a substantive dialog, and perhaps actually forcing them to think independently.

The usual slugfest and cheap shots which always seems to accompany this bevy of over-the-hill celebrities never materialized, and even “Peg Bundy clone” Joy Behar was on her best behavior. No doubt the reason for all this reverence shown to the former Secretary of State is the universal agreement that before them is a brilliant self-made intellect, void of identity politics.

Although a staunch conservative Rice masterfully without seeming condescending was able to actually steer the conversation away from the mindless ambiguities and conjecture of Trump-hater and ABC senior legal analyst Sunny Hostin’s who attempted to once again tie General Flynn’s alleged discussions with Russia to the Trump Administration.

Rice unfazed and in complete control once again “schooled the children” saying; “There’s only one president” and that as a matter of principle, you can talk to anybody in that period, but you should never suggest that you might be making changes in policy and maybe they should just wait until there’s a change in administration.”

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In another exchange Hostin again questioned the Russian interference within our election process, implying something nefarious regarding the Trump Administration suggesting: “But Madame Secretary, if he [Putin] indeed did engage in these kinds of tactics in the election, then the very legitimacy of our election is at issue isn’t it?”

And again Rice methodically explained America’s election process stating: I trust the people who voted in Wisconsin and Texas and Alabama and California to have voted on the basis of who they thought was best gonna represent their interests. So I’m not gonna question the legitimacy of their vote because Vladimir Putin tried to interfere in the elections. That’s just a step that I don't think we should take. Let’s trust our fellow citizens to have been smart enough to vote for the people they ought to be voting for.”

Schools out and let’s hope the “children” on “The View” learned something, even if it’s just for 10-minutes.

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