Stephanie Ruhle says Exxon has toilet tissue worth more than they will pay in fines for violating Russia sanctions.
If anyone was holding out hope that Senators John McCain and Lindsey Graham were going to be the ones to save us from the former Exxon CEO Rex Tillerson being confirmed as Secretary of State, those hopes were dashed this weekend.
Sen. John McCain tells This Week host George Stephanopoulos that he plans to vote yes to allow Donald Trump to appoint former Exxon CEO Rex Tillerson as Secretary of State.
On Fox News’ totally fair and balanced panel of five conservatives and no liberals, there was only one person, Meghan McCain, who didn’t seem thrilled to pieces with Donald Trump's choice of Rex Tillerson to be secretary of state. The rest of the group spent most of the time trying to argue down her concerns.
President-elect Donald Trump has tried to dismiss the bombshell report about Russia’s attempts to help him win the election by dismissing the American intelligence community as useless. But a real national security expert told Fox News this Saturday that the evidence is so clear, “You don’t need the CIA” to tell you.
Incoming White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus tells Meet the Press host Chuck Todd that Exxon Mobil CEO Rex Tillerson's record as a businessman should be considered an asset and not a liability, despite his coziness with the Russian government, when being considered for Secretary of State.
Bloomberg columnist Eli Lake tells Fox News the evidence is so clear that the Russians attempted to help Donald Trump win the election, “You don’t need the CIA” to tell you.
Forbes: "Meet Rex Tillerson, the CEO of oil and gas superstar ExxonMobil Corporation—the largest natural gas producer in these United States of America—and a newly emerging giant in the world of exquisite hypocrisy."
Dick Armey and his wife are the lead plaintiffs in the lawsuit to stop construction of a water tower that will supply water for a fracking site.
Crew members of the Arctic Sunrise reported that a total of 11 warning shots have been fired across the ship and the Coast Guard has threatened to fire at the ship itself if it does not leave the area immediately.
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