First Cohn, now Tillerson, turn on Trump
Asked by Fox News Sunday's Chris Wallace about President Trump's values, Secretary of State Tillerson said, "the president speaks for himself." Wallace followed up by asking Tillerson if he was separating himself from Trump's values, and Tillerson indicated that he was: "I have made my own comments as to our values."
Why it matters: The Secretary of State is saying that after events like Charlottesville, the President of the United States is not speaking for America and channeling its values — he's speaking for himself. And Tillerson's comments follow strong words from Gary Cohn, Trump's economic adviser, who said he felt "enormous pressure" to resign over Trump's response to Charlottesville.