WASHINGTON, D.C.: US Secretary of State on Wednesday Rex Tillerson denied suggestions that he plans to resign because of disagreement with the White House. “I’m not going anywhere,” Tillerson told reporters said as received Qatari Foreign Minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al-Thani. Tillerson described his relationship with President Donald Trump as “good” and he would remain in his job “as long as the president lets me.” Tillerson’s job status has been the subject of much speculation this week in Washington following a report from CNN. CNN said that among Tillerson’s growing differences with the White House were fresh debate over Iran policy and the process of naming White House personnel, as well as Trump’s chaotic and confusing foreign policy approach. The network quoted anonymous sources as saying Tillerson told people close to him that he would leave his job by the end of the year.