National Security Adviser and U.N. Ambassador Nomination
President Obama announced that U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice would become his national security adviser, replacing Tom Donillon, who was retiring. He also nominated Samantha Power to replace Susan Rice.
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- Donilon, Thomas "Tom" E. National Security Adviser White House
- Obama, Barack U.S. President United States
- Power, Samantha Senior Director National Security Council->Multilateral Affairs and Human Rights
- Rice, Susan E. Ambassador United States->United Nations
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