In a meeting with a group of NFL owners, former Secretary of State, Condoleezza Rice, was asked what country she believes is the current biggest threat to U.S. security. She surprisingly, answered that the threat "comes in three flavors" - Iraq-Middle East, Pakistan-Afghanistan and Mexico," according to USA Today.
After working under the helm of former President George W. Bush, Rice says she mostly wants people to know that she did the best she could under harsh circumstances and that she always feared a second terrorist attack.
Rice is presently a senior fellow at Stanford University's Hoover Institution, a public policy research center that studies politics and economics and has her first memoirs coming out later this year. -WLW
Do you agree that Mexico should be considered a threat to U.S. security?