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Trump: Rex Tillerson no longer as secretary of state

Trump: Rex Tillerson no longer as secretary of state


Rex Tillerson had just returned from a shortened trip to Africa hours before President Donald Trump’s announcement. Trump offered no explanation for the change.

President Donald Trump said that Rex Tillerson is no longer secretary of state and that he is replacing him with CIA Director Mike Pompeo.

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