Well, US President Donald Trump has fired yet another member of his Cabinet. It's hardly the first time this has happened, but it is the most recent. Now, Secretary Of State Rex Tillerson is out, right before the President's big meeting with North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un in Pyongyang (in fact, some commentators have suggested that this may have factored into the decision to fire him).

As he left the State Department and was asked to offer some farewell words, Tillerson offered up some advice on the Russia situation. He didn't get salty towards Trump or use the opportunity to slam his former boss.

He simply used it as his last and biggest platform in an official capacity to discuss the matters of national security that he considered to be the most important, since as soon as he's replaced by CIA Director Mike Pompeo, no one will care what Rex thinks and he'll go back to being some old white guy with a lot of political opinions.

Tillerson takes on Russia

Tillerson said that there is a lot of work left to do in the area of "the troubling behavior and actions on the part of the Russian government." The Russia reference could be seen as a sly nod to the currently ongoing FBI probe into the possible connection between the 2016 Trump campaign and the shady Russian government.

Tillerson added that Russia's leader Vladimir Putin does not consider his actions "carefully" enough, and that ends up having an adverse effect on his country and the world at large.

So, the now former Secretary of State pleads, people who are still in a position of power need to be looking into the Kremlin and doing something about the way they do their business, since the way they're heading is "not in anyone's interest."