Home › Forums › Did president Trump fire his Secretary of State, Rex Tillerson for calling him a moron in the past and his recent comments about Russia regarding the poisoning of their ex-spy and his daughter in Britain?
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- March 13, 2018 at 10:05 pm #259015Ed NKeymaster
- March 16, 2018 at 2:35 pm #259033EdeworGuest
President Trump has been angry with his secretary of state ever since he was called a “moron” by Mr. Tillerson. Realistically, Mr. Trump has a gargantuan ego, he gets irritated when someone tells him what and what not to do. Sadly, this is frequent with the experts he recruited and subjected to scrutiny by the house and senate.
Mr. president waited long enough to fire Rex Tillerson for his choice of word to describe him. Do you think that the secretary of state used that word? If yes, was he right? The debate is open. Welcome to http://www.provocativedebate.com.
- March 18, 2018 at 1:24 am #259042MichaelGuest
There is a missing part in president Trump’s DNA, forgiven. Obviously, when Rex Tillerson called him a moron; he crossed the rubicon. In addition, Mr Donald Trump is “Mr know it all.” He is a decorated dictator in the business domain but, he has forgetten intensionally; that this is America. I am praying he doesn’t end up in jail for trying to undo America’s democracy? Could he be Putin’s agent covertly? The debate is open folks!
- March 19, 2018 at 2:07 pm #259059EdeworGuest
<p style=”text-align: left;”>Mr. President Trump’s approach to leadership is centered on loyalty. This is not possible in democracy, certainly not a man that looks in every facet of action; a dictator and “Mr know it all.” Of course, Mr. Tillerson is not in harmony with Mr president. Consequently, “things fell apart and the foundation could no longer hold.”</p>
- March 27, 2018 at 6:27 pm #259117MichaelGuest
The accummulation of anger in president Trump’s head lead to the firing of the secretary of state, Rex Tillerson. He is going through a rough time piloting his team, with a lot of turbulence from all cardinal directions. This is an unprecedented chaos in white house, historians will have their heads full in our life time and generations to come.
- March 28, 2018 at 7:34 pm #259127EdeworGuest
He was fired from bottled up grudges. Undeniably, he called president Trump a “moron.” Furthermore, there has been series of disagreements between these Homo Sapiens bipedalist. Mr. Trump is “a born again dictator,” he doesn’t like people telling him what to do.
- March 29, 2018 at 12:56 am #259130MichaelGuest
The firing gallow of Mr. Trump’s white house is a series of guiness book of records breaking and rebreaking phenomenon.
- April 10, 2018 at 11:45 am #259221EdeworGuest
Mr. Tillerson is an experience businessman. But, I don’t know of his background on the international platform. The romance between president Trump and the secretary of state was over the very day he called him a moron. Is the president truly a moron? Your thoughts?
- April 29, 2018 at 7:05 pm #259473Okpako NanaGuest
President Trump we all know cannot be friend to someone who call him a “moron”. Secretary Tillerson was sacked for calling Trump a “moron” and also making remarks that put the integrity of Trump into question. Donald Trump is an authoritarian whose unbridled desire for power, has made him create alot of enemies around him. Trump is not always comfortable with the truth.
Trump is known as the most controversial President in World politics. Sincerely, Trump do not understand the dichotomy of leadership and rulership. Maybe someone should remind him. Personally, i think Sec Tillerson is right to call Trump a ‘moron” because he is a ‘moron”.
- April 30, 2018 at 7:12 am #259479Okpako NanaGuest
A President who has a glaring phobia for the truth, will always want to have his way. Trump’s lack of leadership ability and dictatorial tendency will create a horrible situation for the people of America if not curtailed now.
- May 9, 2018 at 6:47 pm #259650EdeworGuest
President with a dictatorial DNA derives joy in firing subordinates. President Trump is a textbook demonstration of the aforementioned phenomenon. Is this action a revelation of low self esteem? Hopefully, time will tell.
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