Tokyo farewells 'trustworthy' Tillerson; Seoul awaits seasoned Pompeo

By Linda Sieg and Hyonhee Shin

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Trump is not as hawkish on China as many assume.

From a military point of view, perhaps. But between $30 and $60 billion worth of US tariffs on Chinese goods are set to be announced within the next week or so (that's the amount calculated lost by American companies to Chinese industrial espionage and trade practices).

Hold on to your hats.

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New one. is CIA top Watch out. He has his operative all over in the world. Tillerson and Trump never got along. I think Tillerson will be back as oil companies tycoon. There will be more firing by Trump because. his tariffplan is in popular.

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I mean tariff plan is unpopular.

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Japan's foreign minister said on Wednesday he personally regretted the departure of "frank, trustworthy" U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson... Japanese Foreign Minister Taro Kono told reporters in Tokyo.

Good thing he actually made a public statement and didn't just tweet this. That would have been sooo disrespectful...

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He specialized in torture investigation.

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The new femallle cia chief. supervised torture intorogationn, too.

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S Korea is still waiting US appoints an ambassador to S Korea. Rumor is US may withdraw US troops from S Korea.

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