Tomi advises before getting upset about Donald Trump's Secretary of State nominee, Rex Tillerson, that we remember President Obama's disastrous selections of Hillary Clinton and John Kerry for the same position. She describes Tillerson glowingly: "He's a successful businessman, not a politician. He's an engineer by trade and has actually had to manage things, like money."
"If he [Rex Tillerson] can run Exxon-Mobil, I think he can handle the bureaucrats on the hill," Tomi explains. She goes on to sat that thanks to Tillerson's experience in managing Exxon-Mobil's holdings in Russia and the Caspian Sea for almost two decades, "he may actually have an understanding of Russian geopolitics and negotiating skills."
She concludes brilliantly: "Perhaps if we ran the country more like a business and less like a fraudulent charity, we might be able to stay afloat. Crazy, right?"