This week we learned of one specific instance where Trump asked his then-Secretary of State Rex Tillerson to interfere on behalf of a Giuliani client.
Tillerson couldn't wait to quietly rush to Congress and speak to them "privately." Whistleblowers take note this is how you do it.
At a rare interview in Texas, Rex Tillerson spill the beans on Trump. He asked for things that were in "violation of the law," didn't read, and didn't get how government works.
Tillerson had to explain to Trump frequently that the things he wanted to do in foreign policy "violated existing law." Further confirmation of what we already knew: Trump is an ignoramus.
Rex Tillerson's Commencement Address does not sugarcoat his distain for the "alternative facts" of the Trump administration (now that he's been fired).
Now that he's out of the Trump White House, Rex Tillerson tells a graduating class that Truth Matters.
Tillerson was a terrible Secretary of State, but his farewell speech had some good advice in it.
In The New York Times, Michelle Goldberg urges former Trump appointees to go public with the truth about the White House.
It's getting to the point where the real situation is more absurd than any comedy writer would dare go.
Unfortunately, he never mentioned the disaster that is this presidency either.
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