Rex Tillerson, Exxon, Fmr. Sec. State

Rex Tillerson, Secretary of State

Rex Tillerson to work with Russia on Cybersecurity (Even after Hacking) June 19, 2017  Newsweek

Inside Rex Tillerson’s long romance with Russia Washington Post December 13, 2016

Rex Tillerson has never worked for another company, but resigned from ExxonMobile, the largest of all oil companies, on December 31, 2016, and agreed to withdraw from ExxonMobil business through December 31, 2017. After receiving permission from Trump’s cabinet, are we to presume he will resume?

Rebecca Leber on Twitter via  “another reminder that Tillerson only intends to stay away from State decisions benefiting Exxon for *one year*     “I will not participate personally and substantially in any particular matter involving specific parties in which I know that ExxonMobil is a party or represents a party, unless I am first authorized to participated, pursuant to 5 C.F.R. 2635.502(d)— Rebecca Leber (@rebleber) January 17, 2017

December 7, 2017, Rachel Maddow exposed the  $500 Billion deal for ExxonMobil and Putin’s Rosneft, which was formed after Putin jailed the CEOs and took over the companies which made Rosneft the largest company. Valued at $750 Billion after a Siberian discovery. Obama’s sanctions stopped the biggest deal in the history of mega-deals, which gained another $1 Billion in value upon discovery of a new oil field north of Siberia.  Rachel Maddow on MSNBC   

Elliott Abrams was with the Project for the New American Century, PNAC, read more here     “When Secretary of State Rex Tillerson wanted to appoint Elliott Abrams, a veteran of the Ronald Reagan and George W. Bush White Houses, as his No. 2, someone in the president’s orbit made sure Trump was freshly aware of Abrams’ anti-Trump comments from 2016, such as a Weekly Standard op-ed in which Abrams wrote, “The party has nominated someone who cannot win and should not be president.” Trump personally intervened to block Abrams’ appointment.” Politico Shane Goldmacher May 15, 2017