BREAKING: Rex Tillerson Addresses Department Budget Cuts… Leaves Reporters SPEECHLESS

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Rex Tillerson Speaks In Tokyo

Rex Tillerson | Photo Credit MSNBC

On Thursday, Rex Tillerson told reporters in Tokyo that he is completely “confident” that President Trump’s proposed budget cuts within the State Department will exceed in making the agency that “much more efficient.”

“The level of spending that the State Department has been undertaking, in particular, this past year, is simply not sustainable,” said Tillerson. The Secretary of State added, “As time goes by, there will be fewer military conflicts that the U.S. will be directly engaged in.”

Tillerson is wholeheartedly confident in Donald Trump.

Tillerson’s Confidence In The State Department

Rex Tillerson | Photo Credit MSNBC

“I’m confident with the input of the men and women with the State Department we’ll construct a way forward that allows us to be much more effective, much more efficient, and be able to do a lot with a lot fewer dollars,” said Tillerson.

Since Trump and Tillerson both come from business, they know how to stretch a buck. Previous administrations did everything they could to spend more money than they needed rather than move money around because they felt like they had to do so.

Tillerson’s State Department will work as a business.

Running The Country Like A Business

President Trump | Photo Credit Breitbart

In many ways, Tillerson and Trump are like a consultant coming in to fix a failing business. They’re deciding what works and what doesn’t work so they can make the proper adjustments to “Make America Great Again.”

Like a failing business, the Obama administration was spending too much money trying to make programs work that simply didn’t work. There’s more to the saying “Spend money to make money” than just spending money, it needs to be spent on the right agendas and within a plan that works.

Under President Trump and Rex Tillerson, America will run like a business.

Do you agree with Tillerson’s comments in Tokyo?

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