Rex W. Tillerson

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I think as you saw from our meeting yesterday on the coalition to defeat ISIS there's great unanimity around the effort to defeat ISIS, not just on the battlefield but also off the battlefield and around the world. So yes I would say there's great unanimity.
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On behalf of the United States, I send my condolences to the victims and their families. The American people send their thoughts and prayers to the people of the United Kingdom. We condemn these horrific acts of violence, and whether they were carried out by troubled individuals or by terrorists, the victims know no difference.

We can't get to deconflicting the rest of the region with Isis in the way.

All that did was drag out the agony for everyone. We haven't gotten that far yet.

Montenegro's participation in the May NATO Summit as full member, not as an observer, will send a strong signal of transatlantic unity. It is strongly in the interests of the United States that Montenegro's membership in NATO be ratified.

If the businessmen-turned U.S. authorities thought that they would frighten (North Korea), they would soon know that their method would not work.

You've asked me a lot of questions here that I didn't answer, and I'm not answering them because we have some very, very complex strategic issues to make our way through with important countries around the world, and we're not going to get through them by just messaging through the media.

We want to ensure at all times, if confirmed, that the secretary of state and the State Department is fully transparent with the public. We get through them in face-to-face meetings behind closed doors. We can be very frank, open, and honest with one another, and then we'll go out and we'll have something to share about that. But the truth of the matter is all of the tactics and all of the things we're going to do, you will know them after they've happened.

They never invited us for dinner, then at the last minute they realized that optically it wasn't playing very well in public for them, so they put out a statement that we didn't have dinner because I was tired.

We know that through further dialogue, we will achieve a greater understanding that will lead to a strengthening of ties between China and the United States, and set the tone for our future relationship for cooperation.

There is a question perhaps even in the minds of the Chinese: How will the American people, the Chinese people, live with each other in this world for the next half century?

We share a common view and a sense that tensions on the rise on the peninsula are quite high right now and that things have reached a rather dangerous level, and we have committed ourselves to doing everything we can to prevent any type of conflict from breaking out.

The host country decides whether we are going to do things or not. We didn't decide that.

The tremendous and important efforts that China has made are visible to all.

The overall China-US relationship really needs better clarity that can only be achieved by a meeting between our two leaders – a face-to-face meeting.

Our two countries should have a positive trade relationship that is fair and pays dividends both ways – and we will be working on that going forward.

In the face of this ever-escalating threat, it is clear that a different approach is required. Part of the purpose of my visit to the region is to exchange views on a new approach. Efforts towards North Korea to achieve peaceful stability over the last two decades have failed to make us safer. Let me be very clear: the policy of strategic patience has ended.

If they elevate the threat of their threat weapons program to a level that we believe requires action then that option is on the table.

Let me be very clear: the policy of strategic patience has ended. We are exploring a new range of security and diplomatic measures. All options are on the table. If they elevate the threat of their weapons programme to a level that we believe requires action, that option is on the table. We believe these actions are unnecessary and troubling. We also believe it is not the way for a regional power to help resolve what is a serious threat for everyone. So we hope China will alter its position on punishing South Korea. We hope they will work with us to eliminate the reason THAAD is required.

20 years of talks with North Korea have brought us to where we are today. It's important that the leadership of North Korea realize that their current pathway of nuclear weapons and escalating threats will not lead to their objective of security and economic development. That pathway can only be achieved by denuclearizing, giving up their weapons of mass destruction, and only then will we be prepared to engage with them in talks.

Diplomatic and other efforts of the past 20 years to bring North Korea to a point of denuclearization have failed. It is clear that a different approach is required.

North Korea is behaving very badly. They have been 'playing' the United States for years. China has done little to help!

Clearly the level of spending the State Department has been undertaking in the past, in particular this past year, is simply not sustainable. So we have 20 years of failed approach. That includes a period where the United States has provided $1.35 billion in assistance to North Korea as an encouragement to take a different pathway.

We will do this by reviewing and selecting our priorities, using the available resources, and putting our people in a position to succeed. We have a genuine opportunity to set a new course.

Clearly the level of spending that the State Department has been undertaking, particularly in this past year, is simply not sustainable. As time goes by, there will be fewer military conflicts that the U.S. will be directly engaged in.

I'm confident that with the input of the men and women of the State Department we are going to construct a way forward that allows us to be much more effective, much more efficient and be able to do a lot with fewer dollars.

So we have 20 years of failed approach. That includes a period where the United States has provided $1.35 billion in assistance to North Korea as an encouragement to take a different pathway. In the face of this ever-escalating threat, it is clear that a different approach is required. Part of the purpose of my visit to the region is to exchange views on a new approach.

Trilateral cooperation is critical as we address the issue of North Korea.

In the face of this ever escalating threat, it is clear that a different approach is required.

North Korea and its people need not fear the United States or their neighbors in the region who seek only to live in peace with North Korea. With this in mind, the United States calls on North Korea to abandon its nuclear and ballistic missile programs and refrain from any further provocation. In the face of this ever-escalating threat it is clear that a different approach is required.

North Korea and its people need not fear the United States or their neighbours in the region who seek only to live in peace with North Korea. With this in mind, the United States calls on North Korea to abandon its nuclear and ballistic missile programmes and refrain from any further provocation. We do believe they have a very important role to play. We will be having discussions with China as to other actions that they should be undertaking. Trilateral cooperation is critical in particular as we address North Korea's nuclear and ballistic missiles programme.

The risk of climate change does exist. The increase in greenhouse gas in the atmosphere is having an effect.

It is the president's solemn duty to protect the American people. As threats to our security continue to evolve and change, common sense dictates that we continually re-evaluate and reassess the systems we rely upon to protect our country.

Supporting human rights is essential to showing the watching world what America stands for.

For 1st time in a long time @StateDept #humanrights report will not be presented by Secretary of State. I hope they reconsider.

In a relationship filled with vibrant colors, two strong sovereign countries from time to time will have differences. We listened closely and carefully to each other as we respectfully and patiently raised our respective concerns.

There is no mistaking that the rule of law matters along both sides of our border.

Let me be clear, there will be no mass deportations, everything we do in DHS will be done legally. The focus of deportation will be on the criminal element, all of this will be done in close coordination with Mexico.

As I made clear in my Senate confirmation hearing, the United States will consider working with Russia where we can find areas of practical cooperation that will benefit the American people.

As we search for new common ground, we expect Russia to honor its commitments to the Minsk agreements and work to de-escalate the violence in the Ukraine. Where we do not see eye to eye, the United States will stand up for the interests and values of America and her allies.

As to the sanctions question, I'll use the same approach that my friend Mr. Sechin took. That's a question for government.

I don't see it as the imminent security threat that perhaps others do. Some literature suggests that. There's other literature that suggests it's inconclusive. We need a seat at the table. If America's the only one that's willing to lead.

One of the great challenges and thrills for the State Department staff is deciding how to confront changing conditions in every corner of the world, I encourage all of you to use your natural and well developed skills to adapt to changes here at home as well.

Honesty will undergird our foreign policy, and we'll start by making it the basis of how we interact with each other. We are human beings first. We cannot let out personal convictions overwhelm our ability to work as one team.

Each of us is entitled to the expression of our political beliefs. But we cannot let out personal convictions overwhelm our ability to work as one team.

… As I serve this president I serve their interest and will always represent the interest of all the American people at all times and again Mr. President thank you for this extraordinary opportunity.

If China is not going to comply with those U.N. sanctions then it's appropriate for the United States to consider actions to compel them to comply.

I came to the conclusion a few years ago that the risk of climate change does exist and that the consequences of it could be serious enough that actions should be taken.

When America doesn't lead, other people will, and the vacuum is always filled by bad actors. He said that we have to have a foreign policy that engages the world. We need to lead from the front.

I do not support a blanket-type rejection of any particular group of people.

I'm not going to act on what people write about in the newspapers or even what people may brag they've done. Because people brag about things that they may or may not have done.

You're going to have to send China a clear signal that first the island building stops, and second your access to those islands is also not going to be allowed.

They're taking territory or control, or declaring control of territories that are not rightfully China's.

That is the type of response that Russia expects. If Russia acts with force, they require a proportional show of force.

Russia today poses a danger, but it is not unpredictable in advancing its own interests.

Russia today poses a danger, but it is not unpredictable in advancing its own interests. It has invaded Ukraine, including the taking of Crimea, and supported Syrian forces that brutally violate the laws of war. Our NATO allies are right to be alarmed at a resurgent Russia.

It has invaded Ukraine, including the taking of Crimea, and supported Syrian forces that brutally violate the laws of war. Our NATO allies are right to be alarmed at a resurgent Russia.

The "ability to predict that effect is very limited. I feel free to express those views. I would leave things in the status quo so we can convey it could go either way.

To achieve the stability that is foundational to peace and security in the 21st century, American leadership must not only be renewed, it must be asserted.

There are much more pressing priorities that we as a human being race and society need to deal with.

We do not support sanctions, generally, because we don't find them to be effective unless they are very well implemented comprehensibly and that's a very hard thing to do.

We always encourage the people who are making those decisions to consider the very broad collateral damage of who are they really harming.

We'll await a time in which the sanctions environment changes or the sanctions requirements change.

It doesn't take mega-project dollars and it can be brought on line much more quickly than a 3-4 year project.

It is difficult for me to see a big supply press out there, it is difficult for me to see a big price blow out, there are too many elements in the system that will temper that.

While our financial results reflect a volatile industry environment, ExxonMobil remains focused on business fundamentals, cost discipline and advancing selective new investments across the value chain to extend our competitive advantage.

While our financial results reflect the challenging environment, we remain focused on the business fundamentals, including project execution and effective cost management.

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