Rice: Bush Taught Me How to Be a Good Public Servant


Condoleezza Rice reflected on George H.W. Bush's "life of consequence."

Rice served on President George H.W. Bush's National Security Council. She was his senior director of Soviet and east European affairs and special assistant to the president for national security affairs. Later on Rice was secretary of state and national security adviser under his son, President George W. Bush.

Rice joined "CBS This Morning" to discuss lessons from the 41st president, Bush's role as the father of German reunification, and his humility.

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