Susan Rice Breaks Silence On Her Trump Supporting Son: “Have some robust disagreements, at the end of the day I love him dearly”

Susan Rice just came clean to Fox News who tracked her down and got her to answer questions on the record about her Trump-supporting son.

Susan Rice, if you didn’t know, has a 23-year-old son who is a full MAGA supporting Trump fan – John David Rice-Cameron was president of the Stanford College Republicans and hosted a “Make Stanford Great Again” event among others.

But here is the problem with all the hysterical rhetoric coming from the left – most people don’t know it is all just a game.


Rice said on MSNBC at one point that about Trump and his supporters “getting Joe Biden in the White House,” to “remove Donald Trump and consign those who supported him in the Senate to the trash heap of history.”

So Fox wanted to know if Susan wanted her own son to be sent to the trash heap of history and Susan did her best to talk her way out of the corner.

From Fox News:

“I have a 23-year-old son whom I love dearly, whose politics are very, very different from my own and from the rest of our family,” the former Obama administration cabinet member told NPR.

“My son and I will have some robust disagreements over some matters of policy, not all. And yet, at the end of the day, you know, I love him dearly, and he loves me.”

Rice, who served as ambassador to the United Nations from 2009 to 2013 and as national security advisor from 2013 to 2017, has risen to the spotlight in recent days due to her reported spot on Joe Biden’s shortlist for potential vice presidential choices.

Her son, John David Rice-Cameron, was president of the Stanford College Republicans and hosted events such as “Make Stanford Great Again.”

His mother said she believes, for both her family and the country, in respecting those with differing political views and finding areas of agreement. And she said she and her son don’t disagree on everything.

“We agree, for example, on the importance of the United States playing a responsible, principled leadership role in the world,” Rice said of her son.

“We agree on the importance of having strong alliances.

We agree we have to be clear-eyed and strong in dealing with adversaries like Russia and the threat that China may pose.

We disagree on things like choice. I’m pro-choice. He’s pro-life. That’s the kind of difference that we ought to be able to respect.”