When President Trump appointed Rex Tillerson to be Secretary of State, one of his key directives was to downsize the State Department and lower the budget. One of the side effects of that was that it gave Secretary Tillerson the perfect opportunity to drain some of the deep swamp down in State Department land. Not many at State are happy with the actions, but just remember who they work for.
As Written By Gardiner Harris for the New York Times:
WASHINGTON — Of all the State Department employees who might have been vulnerable in the staff reductions that Secretary of State Rex W. Tillerson has initiated as he reshapes the department, the one person who seemed least likely to be a target was the chief of security, Bill A. Miller.
Republicans pilloried Hillary Clinton for what they claimed was her inadequate attention to security as secretary of state in the