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Former secretary of state Condoleezza Rice reveals details  about her meeting with the recently killed Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi, and his obsession with her, in Rice’s memoir “No Higher Honor.”

Rice says that she used his infatuation with her as leverage to make important negotiations for the U.S. government. She says her visit may have aided America in stopping the leader from using Weapons of Mass Destruction.

It was Ramadan at the time of my visit, and after sundown the “Brother Leader” insisted that I join him for dinner in his private kitchen. Colby Cooper, who had overseen the arrangements for the trip, protested that this hadn’t been the plan. My security detail did as well, especially when they were told to stay outside. I thought I could take care of myself and went in. At the end of dinner, Qaddafi told me that he’d made a videotape for me. Uh oh, I thought, what is this going to be? It was a quite innocent collection of photos of me with world leaders—President Bush, Vladimir Putin, Hu Jintao, and so on—set to the music of a song called “Black Flower in the White House,” written for me by a Libyan composer. It was weird, but at least it wasn’t raunchy.

As I watched events unfold in the spring and summer of 2011, I wondered if he even understood fully what was going on around him. And I was very, very glad that we had disarmed him of his most dangerous weapons of mass destruction. There in his bunker, making his last stand, I have no doubt he would have used them.

Read more at TheDailyBeast.com

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