CBS THIS MORNING: Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is no stranger to intense diplomatic negotiations. During her tenure, she talked with everyone from Russian President Vladimir Putin to Middle Eastern leaders. She's the co-author of a new book called "To Build a Better World: Choices to End the Cold War and Create a Global Commonwealth.” In it, she examines the dramatic decisions leaders faced during the former Soviet Union’s decline as a global superpower. Rice joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the end of talks with the Taliban, and what she's worried about when it comes to America's future.
She also said she was concerned about the U.S. losing "our confidence as a country."
"I'm also worried that we're tearing ourselves apart," Rice said, referring to a return of what she called the "four horsemen of the apocalypse" in American foreign policy: populism, nativism, isolationism and protectionism. The comment may have been a veiled jab at Mr. Trump, who has instituted protectionist trade measures and sought to promote a foreign policy of "America first."