Susan Rice, the son is pronounced pro-Trump GOP leader from the Stanford

John David Rice-Cameron, the son of Susan Rice, is an outspoken pro-Trump, the conservative leader at the University of Stanford.

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One of Stanford University’s most vocal conservative leaders, who is determined that “Stanford’s Great Again,” is the son of the controversial Obama administration official Susan Rice.

John David Rice-Cameron, 20, told Fox News on Wednesday that the Tea y movement inspired him to move away from his parents, the politics, and a conservative.

Rice is one of the Obama administration the most unpopular officials under the conservatives and Republicans for her effort, as U. N. ambassador, to the debt of the 2012 terrorist attacks on two U.s. facilities in Benghazi, Libya on an offensive YouTube video.

Susan Rice with POTUS and her family.

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Although they are polar opposites, politically speaking, the son who eagerly supports President Trump and the mother who is a diehard liberal to enjoy a permanent relationship.

“My mother and I have a good relationship, and my mother strongly believes in the free and respectful exchange of ideas,” Rice-Cameron told Fox News. “We disagree about most of the standard Republican/Democratic differences. However, we agree that America is the greatest nation the world has ever seen, and so we believe that America has an important role to play as a force for freedom and justice in the world.”


He says that the two both support free trade, robust American engagement in Africa, and believe that Russia poses a great threat to American interests.

Rice-Cameron, who is a sophomore, is chairman of the College Republicans on the campus and the activism of the director of the California College Republicans. Like his mother, who was a Stanford alumnus, he does not shy away from controversy.

Rice-Cameron-hosted controversial expert on radical Islam Robert Spencer, pushed for a professor with ties with Antifa to resign, under pressure from the school to reverse its decision on banning the American flag on their club t-shirts, and Tuesday, the group hosted Turning point usa’s Charlie Kirk and Candace Owens for a “Make Stanford Great Again!” event.


Rice-Cameron said that his parents, both Democrats, encouraged debate and discussion, which unknowingly put him on the path to conservatism by listening to Rush Limbaugh and Mark Levin, host of “Life, Liberty & Levin” on Fox News Channel.

“I salute John David Rice-Cameron; a young man, committed to freedom,” Levin wrote on social media, sharing a story from The College Fix.

Rice-Cameron responded with thanks and added that he will call into the show quickly.

“You are the greatest political inspiration for me,” he wrote. “Thank you very much. I will try to make a call in radio show sometime soon.”

Listen to Levin talk about the intellectual underpinnings of conservatism and the principles of individual freedom and natural rights, and asked him to be active and outspoken, ” he said.

“This world view and these principles compel me to promote conservative ideas at the university of Stanford, and, further,” he said. “I’m driven by a fundamental sense of urgency about the fact that the Americans are slowly losing their freedom, and I believe that that freedom is valued less and less. I want to turn the tide, and college campuses are of crucial interest to do that.”

Caleb Parke is an associate editor for You can follow him on Twitter @calebparke

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