He looks like a CEO. He carries himself like a CEO. He even did a half way decent job as a CEO — at least for his shareholders. All of those traits — peppered with the experience garnered from running a global enterprise — would on the surface qualify someone as a candidate for Secretary of State. One problem, though: his former company, Exxon, has a tremendous stake in the Russian oil industry and he’s a little bit too cozy with his buddy Vladimir.
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