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Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice told hosts of ABC's The View Thursday that she was angry with critics who charged that President Bush didn't help victims of Katrina because they were black.
"What really did make me angry was the implication that some people made that somehow President Bush allowed this to happen because these people were black," Rice said.
"I think at the time they probably thought things were going better than they were," Rice said. "People make mistakes under stressful situations. I believe we'll do better and the United States will do better the next time around, but I think Katrina was probably, for my mind, one of the greatest disasters for the administration and for the country.