Washington (CNN) - President Obama has been known to occasionally criticize the Bush administration, but he's rolling out the red carpet for a member of the former President's Cabinet.
On Friday, Mr. Obama is scheduled to sit down in the Oval Office with former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice.
A White House official said the President and Rice have a "cordial relationship." As for what's on the agenda, the official added that "they'll talk about a range of foreign policy issues" during the meeting.
The former Bush official is in town promoting her new book "Extraordinary, Ordinary People: A Memoir of Family.
The book is about the people who shaped her life, and the journey that ultimately led her to the White House.
we should have kept bush and his admin in office they did a great job
She voted for Obama!
Stupid american penple voting back in gop. Stupid people now my unemployment wont be extended. Stupid now the local business will lose my money and millions like me decreasing demand and spuring more layoffs. Stupid american american people. Giving tax break to the rich to do business over seas because their is no demand from main street, keeping us out the loop while they stock pile more money on sideline.