Rex Tillerson Removed as Secretary of State…

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson did an excellent job representing the professional and deliberate diplomatic approach of the U.S. and President Trump administration.  His personal view toward foreign service on behalf of the U.S. was exemplary, and deserves high praise.

Having said that, as President Trump stated earlier today, there was also more than a tinge of disunity between the advocated views of Tillerson and the views of the Commander in Chief toward economic national security.   At times the fractures between policy perspectives were visible.  Over time those differences became more obvious.

As Secretary of the DoS Rex Tillerson supported the Paris Climate Treaty; the President did not; Secretary Tillerson supported the Obama administration’s Iran deal; the President did not; Tillerson was more apologetic toward lax immigration policy; the President is not; and there were other visible departures visible surrounding the use of economic leverage to achieve national security advancements, specifically on the issue of China and North Korea policy.

The primary perspective, drawing the greatest contrast, surrounded President Trump’s view and expressed policy of emphasizing strength; particularly economic strength – to gain national security objectives.

After many years of projected weakness by the former administration one of the key tenets of the Trump presidency has been reestablishing national security by focusing on unapologetic U.S. economic power regardless of global opinion therein.

Unapologetic economic power is where the views of President Trump and Secretary Tillerson parted.  T-Rex projected more of a humble and altruistic approach; almost seeming embarrassed at times to participate in discussions of economic conflict and confrontation.  Indeed it often seemed awkward for Mr. Tillerson as he carries a less confrontational and more servant-minded constitution.

While he is not a pure ‘globalist’ per se’, Secretary Tillerson was less deliberate toward achieving territorial economic goals as a method to achieve geopolitical national security.  On matters surrounding these issues, T-Rex was more Wall Street than Main Street; more traditionally republican than change-agent populist.

Despite the media’s inability to see the severity of perspective, President Trump is not going to be swayed on matters of national economics.  POTUS Trump will listen to alternate opinions based on current events, but his forward advancement toward U.S. economic security will not be slowed by high-minded analysis leading to paralysis.   Within his outlook, always in the back of his mind, the clock is ticking… there’s an inherent sense of urgency.

Forcing economic change to enhance the territorial economic security of middle-America requires the ability of the change-agent to ignore the feelings and sensibilities of outside nations who will be confronted in the process.  Diplomacy must be set aside when entering the predatory world of massive trillion dollar economic deals.  There is no room for friends and comfort here, after thirty years of inept acquiescence, from President Trump’s perspective, winning is the only acceptable outcome.

Stopping the exfiltration of American wealth demands severity: “we either have a country or we don’t.”  Within that dynamic the value of diplomacy is necessarily lessened in favor of more deliberate and unapologetic policy advancement.  Inside that dynamic President Trump and Secretary Tillerson did not agree – and that is a major point of disunity.

As Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross has stated several times: “economic security is national security.”   President Trump fundamentally believes that our national security requires independent U.S. economic security.  Everything is downstream from the economics of the issue, any issue, regardless of the issue – foreign or domestic.

Carrying a sense of urgency toward these national security issues, delicate sensibilities -and the opinion of the media who protect them- are necessarily dispatched like a feather in a hurricane.  Again, “we have no choice”, as often heard from President Trump.

Going into year #2 of the administration the current emphasis is a structural reset in the U.S. approach toward global trade.  “Killers” are of value now; thirty years of talking and losing is over.  As such inside this seismic trade-policy-shift, a parallel geopolitical strategy is being played out from the Middle-East through allies in Europe and into Asia around the rarely moved cornerstones of economics and trade.

National liberty, that is actual liberty – not the perception of liberty, is directly tied to economic victory.  During this reset there are only two groups: predators and prey.

Confronting China (Xi Jinping) economically was/is what brought North Korea (Kim Jong-Un) to the table of discussion to give up their nuclear ambitions; it was not diplomacy that created the breakthrough conditions for a national security win.  What brought China/DPRK to this position was the very real possibility of looming economic defeat.  President Trump’s approach won, Secretary Tillerson was surprised.

President Trump has aligned his economic opponents into his preferred geography. Everyone within sight is either an adversary or an ally.  However, allies are now reduced to being benefactors who will smartly get out of the way while the apex predators destroy their opposition.  Year two is about resolving to achieve economic victory regardless of international collateral damage. There is no longer any room for negotiating terms.  Diplomats retreat to the hilltops.  The era of economic Titans has come again.

Final point – When approaching specific goals and objectives President Trump works through a strategy based on phases.  President Trump doesn’t retain people past their expended usefulness.  Rex Tillerson did an outstanding job as Secretary of State introducing the Trump administration to nations’ of the world.

The diplomatic introductions and niceties are now complete; it’s time to get down to business.

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492 Responses to Rex Tillerson Removed as Secretary of State…

  1. Luke_Luck says:

    “Unapologetic economic power is where the views of President Trump and Secretary Tillerson parted. T-Rex projected more of a humble and altruistic approach; almost seeming embarrassed at times to participate in discussions of economic conflict and confrontation. Indeed it often seemed awkward for Mr. Tillerson as he carries a less confrontational and more servant-minded constitution.”

    Is this the same problem with Attorney General Sessions?

    Liked by 1 person

    • Jedi9 says:

      Probably, but in Session’s case, we really don’t know what is yet to play out. I am certain that he too has a expiration date, and I am guessing it is going to be somewhere after when the IG report is finally released that we get closer to knowing what the date is.

      This piece is very well succinctly stated, and in more layman terms, everything in life has a shelf life with an expiration date. Tillerson, and his role served it’s purpose, and now on to the next step of the process. Change is always good, but now the hard stuff begins. Also keep in mind that a gradual process is always being implemented with deliberate intentions. Keep them guessing, and always be two steps ahead, and most importantly don’t rock the boat too much, but in Trump’s case, he wants to rock the boat just enough not to sink it.

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  2. Carrie2 says:

    Not abnormal that some administrative personnel will leave on their own accord or be removed from duty. BUT the media makes a big deal out of a little wiener! It has been known for some time that there were differences of opinion between them, so this is not real news. However, would like to see how the new female CIA chief acts since she has been in the CIA for some time and right now we have little trust in that agency.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      “the new female CIA chief”

      She took my mother’s job! LOL
      Sometime during primary or right after election there was someone in contention for, or commenting about, the issue of water boarding. They were adamantly against it, while President Trump expressed the opinion that it should be an option

      My mother responded to the person on the TV set (cannot remember who it was) “Well if don’t want to water board them, than I will!” She had not voted since the late 1970’s, but was right there to re-register so she could vote in the primary here for DJT.
      I find it interesting that she was endorsed by John Brennan, of all people.
      Due to his reputation, I was just wondering if that was a calculated, deliberate effort on his part to sabotage her. Most of us would reflexively outright reject anyone the BHO administration would like.


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  3. LULU says:

    After some of the initial hysterical dust settles, Sundance comes out with a sober, well-reasoned analysis of these two men and why they were not going to be together long-term. Tillerson was the right person for 2017, as someone opined earlier. Now it is time to get down to business. And difficult business it is, on many fronts.

    Well done, Sundance.

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  4. TexasRanger says:

    Who Is Gina Haspel.?

    Gina Haspel the first woman to lead the CIA?

    A look at the CIA’s newest director who’s breaking the glass ceiling.

    Fox News Video 01:32 Minutes Mar-13-2018;

    Liked by 4 people

    • RLC2 says:

      Thank you! Excited to hear about this appointment- she is an operator, not an analyst, like the ineffective CIA directors who were – Morell, who changed the CIA analysis to go along with Ben Rhodes memo saying “A YouTube Did It”, and George Tenet who ran CIA during W years, that got it wrong on WMD, and constantly leaked to NYT…

      Read Bob Baer for more.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Jedi9 says:

        Yes I know who Bob Baer is and have read many things from him. You are right on most accounts, and this appointment and reshuffling the cards is all part of the plan to change the narrative, and to implement the next phase of this Admin’s agenda, albeit an economic one, one that shares a semiotic relationship with “National Security”. Get used to that term, because I think it is going to be used a lot in the upcoming months while Trump’s team navigate the Swamp to get to the shores of the promise land.

        Liked by 1 person

      • Deplorable_Infidel says:

        “that got it wrong on WMD,”

        They knew there were no WMD.

        That was just a pretext to take out Saddam Hussein. The plan was concocted about 1989-90 and dubbed the (Paul) Wolfowitz Doctrine. It’s purpose was to take out the 7 leaders in the middle east that were keeping the multi-nationals from exploiting those countries natural resources.

        Just like “deep state” is trying to frame Bashar Assad for using chemical weapons. I have downloaded a paper in 2015, the subject of which was framing Assad. It is no longer on the website.

        Liked by 1 person

        • I am going to divert slightly from most here – yes, there were WMDs in Iraq – for pete’s sake, the long lines of trucks carrying most of it into Syria were shown on TV. We TOLD Saddam we were coming ahead of time!!!! The inspections were NOT working – while the inspectors came in the front, supplies were carried out the back. However, the WMDs were NOT the reason Dubya went into Iraq – as noted above, there was a prior plan to, indeed, attack 7 countries in 5 years. General Wesley Clark, who, in all honesty, I can’t stand, was nevertheless accurate in the following video. “Regime change, regime change, regime change!!!”” Why? Money, power, a more US-friendly leader, Dubya wanting to finish what Daddy started (tiny but there), oil, stopping Iran – the motivations were many – and, IMO, all wrong! Yes, Saddam and his spawn were, indeed, evil. But that was NOT our business! Neo-con warmongering to “spread democracy” – yeah, right!


    • CountryClassVulgarian says:

      Who is Gina Haspel? John Mc Traitor hates her. Tells me just about everything I need to know. The very fake news hysterical drive by enemedia is thrashing her. Again, all I need to know.

      Liked by 4 people

  5. Peter Rabbit says:

    Loss of T-Rex positive for USA. However, Pompeo not to be trusted. Too many squishy and downright anti-POTUS comments on Sunday morning talk shows. Kudlow as Cohn replacement would be positive.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Wow! Pompeo – squishy????? Who the heck have YOU been watching???? He stops these pundits in their tracks with his short, succinct and direct answers and he refuses to be drawn into their snark and speculation. From what I understand, Kudlow is more of a globalist and does not support tariffs, no? I am a true novice in the larger financial world so am basing that on comments from trusted Treepers here. I don’t recall them all now but I believe there are other critical areas in which he and PDJT divurge as well.


  6. USA First! says:

    Thank you Sun Dance, Your ability to get us the truth makes me feel like a parched man that has just taken a large drink of cool water on a hot, sunny day.

    Liked by 2 people

  7. kltk1TKA says:

    I came to like Tillerson, a lot, but I’m not disappointed to see him go. As the days go by, I find it easier and easier to trust POTUS decisions on who needs to be where, and when. If DJT felt it was time for Tillerson to go, I trust there’s a larger reason why that we won’t grasp until a later time.

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    • fuzzi says:

      Exactly! I feel the same way about AG Sessions, and am sick & tired of all the “fire Sessions” comments. If and when President Trump decides that Sessions needs to go, he’ll go. Trump is no Bush.

      Liked by 1 person

  8. TexasDude says:

    A brief walk down History Lane (ohhhh, the Dems and NeverTrumpers wish they could this)

    If you think our government is vitriolic and combative now …

    President Lincoln is assassinated, his VP, a Democrat and Southerner, becomes President. He is opposed to the Radical Republicans in power.

    The US Congress passed a law, over President Johnson’s veto, that said the President could only fire his executive officers with Congressional approval. At this time, the Spoils System was used.

    Congress then impeached Johnson mainly for not following that law, the Tenure of Office Act. One of the articles of impeachment was for Johnson making 3 speeches that disrespected Congress and attempted to sow such disrespect among the American populace.

    The trial in the Senate was presided over by the US Supreme Court Chief Justice Chase. During the trial, Chief Justice Chase was overruled by a simple majority vote, when he attempted to allow certain testimony.

    President Johnson was acquitted and the law was watered down and then repealed. A similar law was found unconstitutional in the 1920s.

    Liked by 6 people

    • yucki says:

      Thanks, refreshing perspective!

      Liked by 1 person

      • TexasDude says:

        Think of how many times our Presidents could have been impeached, tried, and possibly removed from office for not following a law. From Dem to Repub, it would have been ruinous to our country making Congress soo powerful that our Constitution would have been effectively nullified.

        Johnson removed the Secretary of War Stanton. I think he initially replaced him with Ulysses Grant, but Grant vacates. Johnson tries to get Tecumseh Sherman, but rejects. I forgot who he finally gets to become Secretary, but Stanton refuses his entry and has the final pick arrested.

        Think of that playing out today! Ohhhh my.

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    • andi lee says:

      Yep. Congress still badly misbehaving.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Scout says:

        UniParty won’t let PSDJ operate. They want UniParty loyalists. The arrogance of the born to rule should be no surprise.
        One year in this is obscene.
        Congressional approval for Presidential appointments is an American disaster.

        Liked by 1 person

        • Scout says:



        • Lindenlee says:

          The “advice and consent” function of the Senate is supposed to temper executive overreach in the case of an autocrat like Obutthead, so be grateful for it. Of course, other than in the allowance of an immediate replacement for Justice Scalia, it hasn’t really functioned well, because of cprruption.


  9. We can use a little unapologetic judicial power about now.

    Liked by 1 person

  10. dustahl says:

    Rex was NEVER right for the job, he was pushed by the neverTrumpers and the power broker, globalists uniparty. Rex got in during the transition

    Liked by 1 person

    • CountryClassVulgarian says:

      If I remember correctly the neverTrumpers hated TRex. The story at the time was that he was rich and came from the corporate world so he had no “experience”. They also claimed he was put there to please Putin. Remember his confirmation hearing? remember Rubio questioning him?

      Liked by 3 people

      • brh82 says:

        I remember Al Franken interrogating T-Rex and being sooo embarrassed that T-Rex had to answer to that low-class, rude, crude, arrogant SOB! But that was during my early days of gettiing Sundance-woke, and I had NO idea I could label most of Congress the same as I had labeled Al Franken. I’m quite sure T-Rex is thrilled to be set free now!


  11. Chris Four says:

    Remember one of Trumps economic goals is to achieve energy dominance. The US is working on trade agreements with China for shipping US natural gas to China. China suffers from severe air pollution and needs to switch from coal and petroleum to natural gas. Tillerson is in a unique position to return to the energy sector and use his knowledge gained to advance Trumps energy plan.

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  12. andi lee says:

    Congress is much to blame for the state of affairs at State Department. Nominees still in limbo …

    Regurgitating “sources familiar with the matter” will run amuck once more in MSM. Sigh.

    Liked by 2 people

  13. jeans2nd says:

    “Secretary Tillerson supported the Obama administration’s Iran deal”

    Pres Trump, 01:15 “..the Iran deal…”

    Malcolm Hoenlein – the Iran Deal, plus the recent assassination of the Iran Kurdish leader, a nuclear arms race heating up in the Middle East, Iran’s continued support for terrorist groups, the continued chemical attacks in Syria, culminating in, again, the Iran deal.

    “The President indicated (to Israeli PM Netanyahu) that France, U.K., Germany, are only proposing what they called cosmetic changes in the Iran deal, which are not satisfactory and do not meet the standard that he (Pres Trump) set. That when he set the hundred and twenty day calender in place for correcting the weaknesses of the JCPOA, the deal with Iran, and he said that he is still insisting, demanding on very significant changes in the deal, and not just supplemental agreements between the U.S. and European countries which sort of take Iran off the hook.”

    “…if these are not met, he indicated to the Prime Minister that he would withdraw from the deal”

    Israeli PM Netanyahu met w/Pres Trump last Monday, 5 Mar 2018.

    From PM Netanyahu’s Cabinet Meeting today –
    “The diplomatic talks focused mainly on Iran. I said that the nuclear agreement with Iran contains within it many dangers for the world, including the special danger of the nuclearization of the Middle East. Many countries in the Middle East are saying that they are also allowed to enrich uranium if Iran is allowed to do so; therefore, the way to prevent this danger, the nuclearization of the Middle East, is to either thoroughly correct the agreement or abrogate it.”

    Add in Nikki Haley’s warning at the U.N. yesterday to the U.N. Security Council, Iran, Russia, and Syria (to which few paid attention).

    Fourteen months worth of disagreements tend to wear on one. Looks like Iran deal was the lynch-pin to stopping the entire mess, and few others want to see the obvious. And was the clincher for SOS Tillerson today.
    (But one suspects that SOS Tillerson was also arguing for weeks of pre-negotiations before the Trump-KJU mtg, which is not going to happen.)

    Just glad that it was not Haley who was selected as SOS Tillerson’s replacement.
    side note – Pompeo is a “Vietnam-era” vet, who has never seen a day of real conflict. fwiw

    Liked by 1 person

    • TexasDude says:

      Pompeo was born in 1963. He didn’t serve in combat but was in Air Calvery in Germany.

      He was a Tea Party Republican and publicly stated Christianity is the savior to the world’s ills.

      Just sayin’

      Liked by 4 people

  14. Itbj2 says:

    Another disaster even if Saccone wins. If this going to be November we will loose the house and there goes the entire MAGA agenda.


  15. Missing Andrew says:

    Senior Executive Service

    Some call it Obama’s Army.

    The Washington D. C. Deep State is a group of 8,156 appointed mangers in 75 federal agencies that control the executive bureaucracy and tell new political appointees what they can and cannot do. Yes, that’s right, the Deep State is an official government program, well-organized, comprehensive, and “in charge.”


    These the are the “Obama Holdouts”


    2016 Senior Executive Service Report – 14-page PDF



    Deep State Shadow Government – 400+ Names and Photos – 19-Page PDF

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      # 200 is an interesting one on that list.


      • Deplorable_Infidel says:

        I took a quick a quick look, did not look at what the criteria was to be placed there.

        When you are pulling weeds, with many of them the entire root has to be removed. Otherwise the weed will grow back.
        When exterminating embedded bureaucrats with nefarious purposes, you have to get them all.
        If PDJT did not hire some neocons, etc. at first, the embedded ones would have dug in and hid. By allowing some into the early administration, they relaxed and perhaps let their guard down.
        The emails started flowing, etc.
        So when it is time to purge, we can get them all.

        As far as these so called “untouchables”, well if they cannot be fired than they can be isolated and perhaps reassigned to sharpening pencils next to a toxic waste dump.

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        • youhavenoidea says:

          “If PDJT did not hire some neocons, etc. at first, the embedded ones would have dug in and hid. By allowing some into the early administration, they relaxed and perhaps let their guard down.
          The emails started flowing, etc.
          So when it is time to purge, we can get them all.”

          srsly. that is sum funny stuff right there.
          R U going to be here all week?


  16. Scarlet says:

    I trust our glorious President. I’ll admit, sometimes I’m confused by his decisions but then it becomes clear why he made them and the path is clear. I so admire his resilience , strength, transparency and honesty. I feel so secure having him guide us. I do doubt and get anxiety because I don’t have a direct communication line to him, but after I come here and understand that it takes time for everything to pan out, it will be okay. I am so stunned by his dedication to us, the middle class taxpayers , and I’m so grateful for his civic service. I wake up every day so incredibly thankful for him.

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  17. Missing Andrew says:


  18. Not2worryluv says:

    I was totally disgusted the way President Trump handled the dismissal of SOS Tillerson.

    No employee should be informed that they are being terminated by via a TWEET.

    I wonder how many business men and women would like to be terminated via a TWEET. Or, likewise, how many employers would engage in this kind of social media to let their employees know their services are no long needed.

    Very Sad.


  19. tony5460 says:

    I don’t have any issue with firing Rex. I don’t have any issue with firing or hiring anyone as a matter of fact. But for those who cheered the hiring of Rex, praised every move Trump and Tex made, ignored the conflicts between the two and called his resignation story a “fake news”, should you do some soul searching before trying to rationalize Trump’s decision? It’s OK to admit we were wrong.

    Liked by 1 person

    • TexasDude says:

      It’s also OK to admit Trump didn’t fire him sooner and, thusly, was seen by Trump as useful up until now.


      It’s not about who is right or wrong.

      Liked by 4 people

  20. I love President Trump more than ever. His devotion to MAGA for We the People is absolutely astonishing!


  21. Chris Four says:

    Before you forget Trump is a showman. What he says and does publicly may not reflect his private thinking.


  22. Conservativeinny says:

    Well TRex did reduce DoS by 30% and plenty of work in the ME so overall, his year helping POTUS was good. However, they need to be in the same page for the rest. Short term immediate goals accomplished, on to the next.

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  23. Maureen Anderson says:

    Building a House. You hire some to build the foundation, then the framework and the outer shell.(Rex, economy)

    You need a different kind of craftsman to wire it and plumb it. (Mike, NK, then Iran)

    The rest is easier, hopefully. DJT knows how to build


  24. till was recommended by condi rice i read … so, establishment type guy…?
    till knew all the big league world energy players and how they operate. …p trump used tills unique position at ex-mobile and knowledge 2 advance the agenda … next phase …pompeo…2010 tea party express winning candidate
    …west point graduate,,,ect.


  25. Gloria Alba says:

    Tillerson forgot he was an employee and not the employer. Life is tough as # 2.


  26. Mongoose says:

    T-Rex, Thank you Sir for an outstanding job as Sec of State. You showed the world how diplomacy can be done without all the baggage and expense of the “professionals” who call themselves diplomats.

    However, I would have to admit that being at odds with the President over key issues like the Paris Climate Accords, Iran Deal, Immigration Policy, and economic policies in dealing with the Norko’s is somewhat distressing. I do not understand how having been on the inside for a year now, you would not have assessed and changed your attitudes to a more realistic tone in alignment with Trump’s direction. He has my full support and knows how to get the job done. He also knows how to utilize his team to the fullest. So, again, thank you, and God Bless. I hope you can remain a trusted supporter now that you have seem him at work and getting things done for the country.

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  27. One also has to consider the reports out that Tillerson was actively working against PDJT’s policies behind the scenes in Europe. Basically colluding with globalists against PDJT, is my read. IF THAT IS TRUE……IMO, that bordered on sedition.


  28. cali says:

    Thanks Sundance! A great post and you included a number of examples which helped me to understand the separation of Rex Tillerson. I admit that I did not know all about the differences where the disagreements were.

    I like Rex Tillerson and supported him as well. It’s too bad that he could not quite see eye to eye with president Trump’s goals and strategy.
    Reading Free Bacon this morning they also had a great post there explaining that Rex Tillerson did not support the Jerusalem move by the president. I was surprised to say the least.
    Combining @Sundance’s and @Free Bacon posts they merge together into one great and detailed explanation.
    One other issue mentioned in the Free Bacon’s post also was the fact that Rex Tillerson never returned calls to the Israeli ambassador. Again surprising really.
    Europe of course having a cow that Gina Haspel being the new appointed CIA director because she was stationed in Thailand and in charge of interrogation including waterboarding. She label it ‘torture’. There is nothing torturous about waterboarding because our soldiers are waterboarded during their training.
    I hope I never experience waterboarding though 🙂 !


  29. Tenet says:

    Nice cheer-leading piece there. Trump puts the anti-Trump neocon-loyal in charge of foreign policy. And puts a woman heading a torture facility in charge of the CIA. The Deep State gets the red carpet from Trump, fearful of their Mueller operative. Here are some facts about Pompeo:

    “This is not the first ludicrous thing Pompeo has stated. He previously said that Russia and the Lebanese party Hezbollah are operating in Venezuela, in combined efforts to harm the US. He also stated that the publisher and peace activist Julian Assange would have supported Hitler in the 1930s and 1940s. Pompeo also said that Russia’s current Chief of the General Staff invented the concept of RT and Sputnik, one which relies on the power of the internet in 2017, in the early 1970s when he was in his late teens and still in the equivalent of high school. Finally, Trump’s CIA director stated that Russia not only rigged Donald Trump’s election but also did so with Barack Obama’s victories in 2008 and 2012.”

    ….Oh yes – and Pompeo also says that Wikileaks is “a non-state hostile actor often abetted by state actors like Russia.”

    Russia! Russia! They won the election for Trump! They made the evil Wikileaks publish information showing the media collaborated directly with the Hillary campaign! Unforgivable! Meet your new Secretary of State, people.


  30. Donzo says:

    This article at American Greatness paints a gaming picture of Tillerson’s tenure.


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