Wednesday, October 04, 2017


But he's the boss.

Just days earlier, Tillerson had openly disparaged the president, referring to him as a “moron,” after a July 20 meeting at the Pentagon with members of Trump’s national security team and Cabinet officials, according to three officials familiar with the incident.

He's either looking to get fired or people are trying to push him out. That's the thing about these stories. That people are talking to the press is more interesting than precisely what they say, but we never get motive.