Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice speaks at a joint press conference with Britain's Foreign Secretary David Miliband at Lancaster House, London, Wednesday Feb. 6, 2008. (AP Photo/John Stillwell, Pool)
Condoleezza Rice is calling Barack Obama's achievement an "extraordinary" development for the United States.
The highest-ranking black member of the Bush administration is congratulating Obama on his historic achievement of securing the Democratic presidential nomination.
Rice calls it a moment when the Founding Fathers' phrase "We the people" is beginning to mean "all of us."
She also congratulated Hillary Rodham Clinton on her campaign, as well as Republican nominee-in-waiting John McCain. Rice has been often mentioned as a possible running mate for McCain. But today she again mentioned her plans to watch the election campaign only "on the sidelines as a voter."
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