Condoleezza Rice enters the No Spin Zone with Bill O'Reilly on the O'Reilly Factor to answer questions about her new book "No Higher Honor, A memoir of my years in Washington" in the service of President George W. Bush and the U.S.A.
Here Condi respond to comments about her in books by Vice President Richard Cheney and Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld.
She denies the Vice President's claim that she cried in his office because of a press report.
She admits crying when she saw wounded soldiers, a couple of days after September 11th and when she was sitting with the victims of rape in Darfur who had been raped, some by UN soldiers.
She disagreed with Cheney about bringing Khalid Sheikh Mohammed out of the shadows to Guantanamo.
She wanted nuclear weapons inspectors on the ground in North Korean to learn about their plutonium bomb program.
She says the Vice President (Cheney) did not like it when Condoleezza Rice as Secretary of State won most of the arguments of substance.
She had substantive disagreements with Donald Rumsfeld as well.
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