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William Burns, the number three at the US State Department, attended talks in Geneva on Saturday on Tehran's nuclear programme - the first time a senior American diplomat has shared a negotiating table with the Iranians since the 1979 Islamic revolution and 444-day US embassy siege.
The Iranian team delivered a predictable display of diplomatic shenanigans, initially declining to discuss the deal on offer to freeze its uranium enrichment programme and then later rejecting it in comments to journalists.
“Since history has a long arc, we will have to come back and see what succeeded and what failed,” she told Reuters.
While the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq have run long after many had hoped they would end, Rice said she was “not surprised it has taken this long.” “Afghanistan was always going to be hard,” she said.
We don't know what is going on here." 'He said: "I'm coming back." I said: "You can't." I said to him in a raised voice, and I had never raised my voice to the President before, I said, "You cannot come back here".
I hung up.'The president was quite annoyed with me to say the least.'I've known the president a long time and I knew that he wanted nothing more than to be there at the helm of the ship.'Miss Rice revealed that the bunker underneath the White House where she was sheltering with Vice President Dick Cheney began to run out of air.
“I sincerely hope that we remember what the Taliban was and is and, if you go down that road, you better be very sure you are doing it from a position of strength,” she said.
Instead of defending the war, her memoir finds her recounting being a child piano prodigy, skipping grades in school and struggling with procrastination and figure skating.
Miss Rice added: 'Everyone in that room thinks that perhaps it's been shot down.'I got on the phone with somebody at the National Military Command centre...just saying "You must know whether or not you've shot down a commercial airliner ".'That was just a horrible thought that the American air force would have shot down innocent civilians, that was a horrible thought.'As I've reflected now on what the passengers and crew of flight 93 did, first of all there's a sense of personal gratitude that they may well have saved my life, me personally.'I also think of what they did for the country because had another plane hit the White House or the capital I just don't think we had much more capacity to absorb greater shock than we already had.'The documentary, 9/11: State of Emergency, will be broadcast on Channel 4 on Saturday, September 11 at 9pm.One small section of one chapter is devoted to her dating a football player in college -- a vignette that might allay false rumors that the 55-year-old is gay.She said people often look at unmarried women in their fifties and jump to conclusions.