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This pending trillion-dollar oil bargain is most likely the reason Rex Tillerson was selected Assistant of State. Mount Tillerson, end assents on Russia, and also money in. Cenk Uygur, John Iadarola, and also David Sirota, hosts of The Young Turks, review. Inform us exactly what you assume in the comment section below.

" The "Russian hack information … is delegitimizing," clarified former George W. Bush speech author David Frum in a current write-up. The conservative Frum was popular for authoring Bush's questionable "axis of wickedness" speech about the threat presented by Iran, Iraq, and also North Korea.

However it appears our democracy as well as our children have a new axis to stress over: Putin, Trump, and also ExxonMobil, whose Chief Executive Officer Rex Tillerson– an extreme Russophile as well as long-time director of a US-Russian oil firm– is Trump's perplexing selection for Assistant of State.

I state "confusing" due to the fact that the long-serving Exxon employee (from age 23!) has no credentials to be assistant of state– besides a history negotiating significant oil manage countries like Putin's Russia, which in any kind of rational world would actually invalidate him or a minimum of force a recusal from all State Department ventures with Russia." *.

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  1. Posted by Alexander Bergman, at Reply

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  2. Posted by David D Eli, at Reply

    Here comes the Trumpiters they don’t like this news so they will flood/spam the comment section with Fake news

    • Posted by Steven perdue, at Reply

      David D Eli They actually like this News since they are nothing wrong with any of it.

    • Posted by Al Somethin, at Reply

      David D Eli
      well they dont have much to use but still keep using the old “what about Hillary”? “or crying libtards” they are getting pretty weak nowdays.

    • Posted by Martin Davis, at Reply

      DEFEND TRUMPTICONS!!!!

  3. Posted by jay shawn, at Reply

    These anti-white shooters were fans of TYT. Condemn what you incite

    • Posted by Chris, at Reply

      +jay shawn subscribing to a youtube channel is concrete proof of some sort of causation these days? The guy apparently also subscribed to Lets Play’s channel, I hope they are being blamed equally for the mass shooting, with their obvious complacency and support towards criminal activity and violence..

      Obviously this was the real trigger for this man doing what he did…

    • Posted by jay shawn, at Reply

      Chris, no I’m using YOUR standards. Whenever a righty commits crime, the media points to Alex Jones, Fox News, etc. You see how ridiculous it is when its flipped on to you.

    • Posted by Beyond Tribalism, at Reply

      Did trump condemn that white kid who shot up the mosque in canada?
      Doubt it 😉

    • Posted by Chris, at Reply

      Not sure they’re my standards. I’m neither American nor left. Simply a person able to see bullshit for what it is

  4. Posted by rouge1ful, at Reply

    well it took a bit longer than i expected then i thought but its finally happening, and trump supporters will see no problem with this.

    • Posted by OutlawRebel117, at Reply

      Have they ever seen a problem since the election?

      Well in fairness they did see a problem with the internet privacy thing.

    • Posted by rouge1ful, at Reply

      because their porn’s at stake of being exposed.

    • Posted by IV Ltd, at Reply

      rouge1ful Yup, porn and racist troll accounts.

  5. Posted by Sir Gerbil Macintosh, at Reply

    The Senate never should have confirmed this guy because of his obvious close ties to Russia. Our institutions are failing us, and i’m a gerbil.

    • Posted by Roger Solid, at Reply

      Close ties to Russia? and the problem is? are we not here to make money? jealous of exxon mobile?

    • Posted by Robert Newberg, at Reply

      Trump is a communist spy

    • Posted by Paul Swanee, at Reply

      So if I win the Nobel Peace Prize does that automatically make me Norwegian? “his obvious close ties to Russia” WTF is your evidence for this nonsense- that he was given a medal? Yes forgive a US company for pursuing energy interests in a country that doesn’t like the US. Do you want the US to go isolationist? This is a potential deal to increase economic relations between two countries that do not like each other. These kinds of deals are the way that allies are formed. How do you think the UK or Germany became allies again?

  6. Posted by Christopher Rocha, at Reply

    Trump sold out the American people and his supporters are still in denial.
    never to early #bernie2020

    • Posted by Mantis Toboggan, at Reply

      too*

    • Posted by DininDalael, at Reply

      Bernie is sharp of mind and is in excellent health. I’m sure he can live to be much older.

    • Posted by 2 Girls With Green eyes, at Reply

      Christopher Rocha 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥still feelin the Bern

    • Posted by austin konrad, at Reply

      What’s to deny? Exxon applied, hasn’t been green lighted. If the wavier is approved raise hell, till then Exxon is just one of many companies that have applied for a wavier.

    • Posted by unbiased, at Reply

      austin konrad LMFAO seriously ,wait after the FACT

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  8. Posted by Teflon KC ಌ Sood81, at Reply

    America is an oil company with an army

    • Posted by Chris Cooper, at Reply

      Teflon KC ಌ Sood81 History repeats British East India Company

    • Posted by pink pony, at Reply

      no…..they are an army……………..with an oil company.

    • Posted by Patsy Sadowski, at Reply

      Teflon KC you wish. They are just a policeman in this case, a policeman who’s corporations act like they are bigger than the country. Who’s needs are considered more important than the people by Congress. The US won’t make money, Exonn will.

    • Posted by A Girl Has No Name, at Reply

      No America is a bully with a big stick. All balls, no brains.

  9. Posted by Manc26, at Reply

    There you go trump supporters. Trump is as corrupt as every other politician. You guys were conned.

    • Posted by Manc26, at Reply

      Cowboys24242424 and the American people loose yet again. What else is new? We need a real human being as a politician

    • Posted by Cowboys24242424, at Reply

      Manc26 look at these libtards delivering fake news. 90% is opinion and what might happen. or could happen. whats with the t shirts and sport coat? dressed like slobs and look like fat turd.

    • Posted by RogueBishop89, at Reply

      Manc26
      Don’t mind them. As usual, they’ve got nothing of substance to say. “Waaah talking about that oil deal is all opinions and Cenk’s fat fake news MAGA!” lol

    • Posted by Turey Taino, at Reply

      Actually, Trump is many times more corrupt than any politician

  10. Posted by edward woods, at Reply

    Doesn’t Donald have a 14% stake in the Russian company ..

    • Posted by Hamlet telmaH, at Reply

      I think it’s 19% or 95 Billion dollars but after watching this i realized that it’s gonna be much much more than 95 Billion dollars because it’s not 19% of 500 Billion but rather 19% of whatever the profits are.

  11. Posted by Dylan Armstrong, at Reply

    To all the brain-dead trump trolls in the comments section, do us all a favor and do what you very ironically tell us liberals to do: get a job. You very clearly don’t have one if you can waste so much of your time spamming TYT videos with your ignorance.

    • Posted by CB BC, at Reply

      +Dylan Armstrong ° Silly Dylan! Pretending to be racist Americans _is_ their job. It’s what Putin pays them to do…

    • Posted by Oh Lord Hum, at Reply

      Dylan Armstrong Anything alive at the bottom of the ocean?

    • Posted by 2ndRockets, at Reply

      Get off your high horse.

    • Posted by Turey Taino, at Reply

      They do have a job, Dylan. It’s called trolling for money.

  12. Posted by Alex da Vinci, at Reply

    O’Reilly was fired from Fox and this is why the trolls are crying about TYT’s “biased news coverage”. Cry babies!

    • Posted by OutlawRebel117, at Reply

      Mmm. Conservative tears.Just the right amount of salt for my popcorn.

    • Posted by Christopher Rocha, at Reply

      Alex da Vinci love it lol

  13. Posted by Hal Jordan, at Reply

    Petroleum States of ‘Murica.

    • Posted by OutlawRebel117, at Reply

      Land of the filth and home of the rich.

    • Posted by Hal Jordan, at Reply

      OutlawRebel117
      Pretty much.

  14. Posted by Shark Wave, at Reply

    Tillerson pretends to be hawkish on Russia as a trick so he can continue colluding with them. Putin bots will defend this

    • Posted by Shark Wave, at Reply

      petite prince

      The people lose because now, Trump and his corrupted cabinet are looking out for Russia more than the US. Americans are not the priority. Same thing when Trump and his family are corrupted by China. Just recently, Ivanka talked to President Xi, and just after the trademarks got approved. In that case, Trump is looking out for China instead of the US. we are yet again not the priority.

      Human rights violators should be sanctioned and should not be given incentive to continue their practices, which is what removing the sanctions would do. It would also make them much more powerful and you would see Putin try reclaim former Soviet land more.

    • Posted by Seth O'Bannion, at Reply

      You aren’t talking about the problem.

      The problem with normal politicians is that they are controlled by domestic oligarchs.

      The alleged problem with Trump is that he is controlled by Russian oligarchs.

      Believe it or not, the interests of domestic oligarchs may be in conflict with the interest of the American people more often than the interests of Russian oligarchs.

      What I am asking you to explain is why Russian oligarchs are so much worse. Specific conflicts of interest, please.

  15. Posted by IV Ltd, at Reply

    Lol this is after Trump’s daughter wife secured trademarks in China directly after meeting their president, whose profits went up 10,700% after Kellyanne Cuntway shouted her out national TV imploring ppl to buy her products like some infomercial – is it any surprise that Trumpkins in the comments wouldnt bat an eye at these dealings? Ethically they are void, morally they are bankrupt and *still* think Big Daddy Orange is going to “share the wealth”.

    PAAHAHAHAHAHA! Reap what you sow fuckers. You are a global laughing stock.

    • Posted by Angel Rodarte Jr., at Reply

      The oligarchs, whether American, Chinese, or Russian, rule the world.

    • Posted by Jackson Winkelson, at Reply

      I didn’t sow this though, I deserve none of this bullshit. Democracy was robbed from my hands by an antiquated system meant to keep rich white men in power.

    • Posted by goodfella21f, at Reply

      Jackson Winkelson america is run by rich white corrupt elites, will never change.

    • Posted by Paul Swanee, at Reply

      This is completely different. The Exxon Rosneft deal was not something that trump would create. This deal ALREADY EXISTED FOR 3 YEARS, but then the US Government forced termination of the contract in economic sanctions because of invasion of Crimea. Trump wouldn’t be creating any deal. He would be allowing a deal that was already made continue as the original contract was drawn up.

  16. Posted by wesley ogilvie, at Reply

    Leave the oil alone, renewable energy is still on the table.

    • Posted by Paul Swanee, at Reply

      In Russia? The only thing you have is biomass and wind, and its difficult to install.

  17. Posted by Barry Kaine, at Reply

    Ex-Exxon CEO rex tillerson, (holder of Russia’s highest civilian award), and the four or five other Russian “entangled” cabinet and administration members, is just an amazing coincidence, there’s nothing corrupt going on here, pay no attention to the men behind the orange clown…move along now…

    ” It is no measure of health to be well adjusted to a profoundly sick society.”
    J. Krishnamurti

    • Posted by Seth O'Bannion, at Reply

      Yeah, because outside of Russian ties, an Exxon CEO is a saint.

  18. Posted by Concrete Lightbulb, at Reply

    You forgot to mention the pipeline that’s supposed to run down through the Ukraine and across to Syria – there’s the al-Assad connection – while America looks away as Putin invades a path to both the Baltic and Black Seas. How many corrupt American politicians are banking on this?

  19. Posted by Steven perdue, at Reply

    so what’s to use of sanctions if Exon can just get a waiver and Russia gets to do business as usual?

    • Posted by Steven perdue, at Reply

      No true American should be alright with this.

    • Posted by Paul Swanee, at Reply

      A better question should be: why are there still sanctions? If Russia is still in Crimea (which they really are) then obviously the sanctions failed. If Russia isn’t in Crimea (which the world media suggests) they the sanctions worked and you should be working to develop more peace through economic development.