Susan Rice to leave role as White House domestic policy chief

Susan Rice, the White House domestic policy chief, has announced that she will be leaving her role at the end of the year. Rice, who has been a key figure in the Obama administration since 2009, has been responsible for shaping the president’s domestic policy agenda, including healthcare reform, education, and economic growth.

Rice’s departure comes as the Obama administration prepares to enter its final year in office, and as the president looks to cement his legacy on a number of key issues. While Rice’s departure is not unexpected, it is still a significant loss for the administration, as she has been one of the president’s most trusted advisors and a key player in shaping his domestic policy agenda.

In a statement announcing her departure, Rice said that she was proud of the work that she had done over the past seven years, and that she was looking forward to spending more time with her family. “It has been an honor to serve the president and the American people, and I am grateful for the opportunity to have worked on some of the most important issues facing our country,” she said.

Rice’s departure is likely to spark speculation about her future plans, with many observers suggesting that she may be considering a run for political office in the future. Rice, who served as the US ambassador to the United Nations before taking on her current role, is widely regarded as a talented and ambitious politician, and many believe that she has a bright future ahead of her.

For now, however, Rice’s focus will be on wrapping up her work at the White House and ensuring a smooth transition for her successor. While her departure will undoubtedly be felt by the Obama administration, the president has made it clear that he remains committed to his domestic policy agenda, and that he will continue to work tirelessly to achieve his goals in the year ahead.