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But I don't know a woman alive who hasn't had somebody say or do something that was inappropriate at best and aggressive at worst.' Rice, who was the first Africa-American as Secretary of State and the first woman admitted to Augusta National Golf Club, told Alexrod that during her time in politics she has faced some uncomfortable situations, but nothing that she would consider assault.

She is pictured with President George W Bush in 2008 Rice said she's heard people start to express those thoughts, thinks that if people aren't careful it could ultimately end up backfiring on women.

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“I think my father thought I might be president of the United States.

I think he would've been satisfied with secretary of state.

I'm a foreign policy person and to have a chance to serve my country as the nation’s chief diplomat at a time of peril and consequence, that was enough.”“I'm enough of an historian to know that my reputation will be what my reputation is.

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'Let's not turn women into snowflakes,' the 63-year-old said.

Backlash against #Me Too has increased over the past month - with some prominent women coming forward to say that the accusations have gone too far.

French actress Catherine Deneuve and 99 others wrote a controversial open letter last week that condemned the movement as too puritanical.

A few years later, in 2001, Rice was appointed national security adviser by President George W.

Bush, becoming the first black woman (and second woman) to hold the post.