washingtonexaminer.com reports: Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said he's the only person who knows when he'll be resigning as chief diplomat, despite being plagued by rumors that he and President Trump's working relationship has disintegrated.
"I'm here to serve my country. I committed to this president. My word is my bond. I ride for this brand. That's why I'm here. And nothing anybody else says is going to change that," he told CBS' "60 Minutes" in an interview that aired Sunday.
Tillerson didn't give speculation about tension between he and Trump "much thought," he continued, saying he and the president "typically will try to talk every day."
U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has announced mandatory sexual harassment training.
From Reuter.com: CAIRO (Reuters) - U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said on Monday that department employees must step in and intervene if they witness sexual harassment, one day after U.S. President Donald Trump expressed sympathy for those accused of harassment and not given due process.
Tillerson said all State Department employees would undergo mandatory training to be completed by June 1, speaking in Cairo to about 150 U.S. embassy staff outside the ambassador’s residence.
Tillerson is in Cairo at the start of a Middle East tour that will also take him to Kuwait, Lebanon, Jordan and Turkey.
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BREAKING: Tillerson Sticks It To Reporters!
Reporters were blocked from covering Secretary of State Rex Tillerson riding on horseback in Argentina.
From The Hill:
Reporters accompanying Secretary of State Rex Tillerson were reportedly prevented from covering his horse ride during a visit to Argentina.
Tillerson visited the Argentine Patagonia during his recent five-nation tour of Latin America and planned to ride horseback into the Nahuel Huapi national park, according to the Los Angeles Times.
The press was reportedly informed just minutes before the secretary’s arrival at Wesley ranch that they would not be allowed to cover the ride or to photograph him atop Zorzal, the horse he personally rented for the occasion.
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