I'd been wondering why proposed Sec. of State Tillerson's POV seems so far removed from Trump's on everything from Iran to Russia. Turns out they didn't really talk about much.
I guess there's precedent for having a President and Sec. of State who disagree on foreign policy. Washington and Jefferson, for example, mostly because the former listened to Hamilton. Wilson and William Jennings Bryan. Truman and George Marshall over Israel. But it's probably not a good model for the nation to put forth to the world.