Susan Rice writes the most ironic, laughable op-ed ever: When the White House twists the truth …

Which administration’s White House was she talking about?

In a scathing Washington Post editorial, former national security advisor Susan Rice accused the current administration of being less than “steady, rational and fact-based.”

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“To lead effectively, the United States must maintain respect and trust,” she wrote in the piece published Tuesday. “So, when a White House deliberately dissembles and serially contorts the facts, its actions pose a serious risk to America’s global leadership, among friends and adversaries alike.”

“Contorts the facts”? Social media mavens thought her words rich given that she was the messenger of the lies the Obama White House concocted that the 2012 terrorist attack on Benghazi was a spontaneous demonstration in protest to an anti-Muslim YouTube video.

And they were;t afraid to let her know it.

Rice was referring to the White House’s claims that the Obama administration had surveilled the Donald Trump campaign during the closing days of the 2016 presidential campaign. The president based his claims on numerous media reports. Perhaps he should have taken Rice’s approach blamed it on a video.

And the hits kept right on coming.

And her Benghazi appearances weren’t the only time Eice was less than forthright with the American people. There was also a statement she’d made applauding accused deserter Bowe Bergdahl, who left his unit in Afghanistan and spent nearly five years with the Taliban.

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State Department officials claimed that Rice went “off the reservation” when she made her Sunday talk show appearances on the three broadcast networks plus CNN and Fox News.

My jaw hit the floor as I watched this,” said Gregory Hicks, who was the Tripoli deputy chief of mission in Tripoli during the attack.

Two years after her Benghazi debacle, Rice was at it again, this time with a “chickensh*t to bullsh*t” claim that U.S.-Israeli relations were the strongest in history.

Rice was the last person to make the claim that the Trump White House is less-than-honest with the American people.

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