On Sunday, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson was once again given an opportunity to declare he didn’t call the President a moron. He could have put this whole thing to rest with a single word: “No.” His people have already publicly said as much. Why is he sticking with, “I’m not going to dignify the question with an answer”?
There’s really only one valid reason. He DID call the President a moron. At this stage, there’s really no other explanation. To say that the question shouldn’t be dignified and that he won’t be playing games is not true because we’re talking about one of the most important relationships in Washington DC. The Secretary of State needs to be in lockstep with the Oval Office. If there’s a problem, it needs to be stopped immediately. If there’s a perceived problem that’s untrue, it needs to be put to rest immediately.
Tillerson is prolonging this whole situation because he did call the President a moron and he either fears audio of it will leak or he can’t in good conscience lie about it. To try to put it to rest by not dignifying the question is going to haunt him and the administration indefinitely. He’ll need to stop doing interviews because it’s going to come up every single time. He needs to step down or get fired or something.
Or, he could just deny saying it. Why make this hard?
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