Condoleeza Rice Urges Republican Party To Be More Inclusive



Former U.S. Secretary of  State Condoleezza Rice on Saturday called on the Republican  Party to become more inclusive on issues like immigration.
“We have a responsibility to those who do not yet have the  liberties and the rights that we enjoy,” Rice told a cheering  crowd at the annual gathering of California Republicans in the  San Francisco suburb of Burlingame. “We cannot abandon them …  We were once them.”
She did not offer a specific policy idea.
The speech by Rice, who was secretary of state under  President George W. Bush, was the highlight of the second day of  the three-day convention, which has set out to rebuild the party  in a state where Democrats control both houses of the  legislature.
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