She will be successful depending upon how seamless she is with her president and how they operate together and how he protects her back. And vice versa, how he formulates foreign policy, she picks up on that formulation, and she implements itBaker: Clinton would be good nominee Nov 23, 2008
The need is tremendous, and it's unrealistic to think that one charitable fund is going to be able to fill the needFinancial woes sock Ike recovery effort Nov 23, 2008
If our report is going to mean anything, ... we really have to take it out of politicsBipartisan Baker-Hamilton goes partisan Apr 22, 2008
We need to improve things for the United States in the Middle East generallyRice to focus on Middle East peace Dec 08, 2006
There'll probably be some things in our report that the administration might not likeU.S. panel wants Iraq policy change Oct 16, 2006
James Addison Baker, III (born April 28, 1930) is an American attorney, politician and political advisor.
Baker served as the Chief of Staff in President Ronald Reagan's first administration and in the final year of the administration of President George H. W. Bush. Baker also served as Secretary of the Treasury from 1985-1988 in the second Reagan administration, and Secretary of State in the George H. W. Bush administration. He is also the namesake of the James A. Baker III Institute for Public Policy at Rice University in Houston, Texas.
James Addison Baker was born in Houston, Texas at 1216 Bissonnet, to James A. Baker, Jr. (1892–1973) and Ethel Bonner (born Means) Baker (August 6, 1894–April 26, 1991). His father was a partner of Houston law firm Baker Botts. Baker has a sister, Bonner Baker Moffitt.