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CSPAN
Sep 26, 2015 7:00pm EDT
. she was just wonderful. >> i have to tell you, first of all she had these extraordinary china blue eyes. she had the most magnificent eyes and this glorious skin. i remember for the first time in my life i had the courage to counter her on something. without missing a beat she calmly said, mad means you lost your mind. >> if i may tell a story, mary may have been too little to remember, she was going in that going to school in pennsylvania. -- she was going to school in pennsylvania. somehow this teacher wanted to meet mimi. he was toast by the time she finished with him. she had this man eating out of her hand. i don't think mary had a problem ever again after. mary: i was on a play, fiddler on the roof. it was my night and she was and heto support me goes, we are going to give her a dozen roses and we are going to do this and do that. she saw the look on my face and said, i'm not going. she had him over to my parents house for iced tea and and is right. she verily that she very diplomatically and school -- she varies diplomatically and sweetly pulverized the man. the extraordinar
CSPAN
Dec 25, 2015 6:27pm EST
friendship ambassador from the people's republic of china. thank you for being with us. [ applause ] and susan eisenhower is the chairman and ceo of the eisenhower group, a consulting company to fortune 500 companies here in the united states, around the world, in asia especially. she has served our government in a number of capacities. a member of three blue ribbon commissions for the department of energy. her work with the national academy of sciences and the nasa advisory council. nasa began during the eisenhower administration. she has authored and coauthored a number of books on international security issues. she's lectured at institutions including west point and the army war college. her op-eds are often seen in the "washington post," "the l.a. times" and other leading publications around the country. thank you all for being with us. susan, let me begin with you. clearly the great accomplishments of the end of world war ii under presidents roosevelt and truman and the great promise of president john f. kennedy. but now they're hooking at the grand achievements of your began
CSPAN
Oct 14, 2015 8:00pm EDT
mamie eisenhower stories, but she had these extraordinary china blue eyes and they positively sparkled. she had the most magnificent eyes and glorious skin. i said, mimi, you make me so mad. without missing a beat, she very calmly said angry, darling. mad means you've lost your mind. >> if i may tell a story, which is a mary story, but she may be too little to remember. she was going to school in pennsylvania and had a teacher that was giving her a very hard time. mimi came over. she was going to go to some concert. somehow this teacher wanted to meet mimi. he was toast by the time she finished with him. she always flirted with her eyes. she had this man eating out of her hand. i don't think mary ever had a problem again after that. >> yeah, i was in a play "fiddler on the roof." it was my night. she was coming to, of course, support me. he was -- we're going to stop in the middle of intermission and we're going to give her a dozen roses. she saw the look on my face when i was telling her about it. she said i'm not going, but she had him over to my parents' house for ice tea. anne's ri
CSPAN
Oct 14, 2015 11:15pm EDT
, but i've got to tell you just to anne's point there. she had these extraordinary china blue eyes, and they positively sparkled. she had the most magnificent eyes and glorious skin. and i had the courage to counter her on something and i said mimi, you make me so mad. and without missing a beat, angry, darling, mad means you've lost your mind. [ laughter ] >> if i may tell a story which is a mary story, she was going to school in pennsylvania and had a teacher that was giving her a really hard time, and mimi came over. she was going to go to some conce concert or something. somehow this teacher wanted to meet mimi. well, he was toast by the time she finished with him. she always flirted with her eyes, and she had this man eating out of her hand. i don't think mary ever had a problem again after that. >> yeah, he was, i was in a play, "fiddler on the roof", and, you know, it was my night, and she was coming to, of course support me. and he, he was, we're going to stop in the middle of intermission and give her a dozen roses and do this and do that, and she sought look on my face wh
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