The Confidante: Condoleezza Rice and the Creation of the Bush Legacy with Glenn Kessler.
Glenn Kessler, drawing on personal interviews with Condoleezza Rice, an intimacy afforded to him as one of the few reporters granted the opportunity to travel with her, takes readers inside secret meetings Rice has held with foreign leaders and even her private conversations with President Bush- World Affairs Council of Washington D.C.
Glenn Kessler joined the foreign affairs beat at the Washington Post in May 2002 after serving at the Washington Post as national business editor. Before joining the Post, Glen spent nearly 11 years with Newsday, based in both New York and Washington. He served as a White House correspondent, national political correspondent, and also covered Congress.