Riyadh, Saudi Arabia – Secretary of State Rex W. Tillerson followed Saturday’s advice for the re-elected president of Iran. Trump administration said, hoped that Tehran “restore the rights of Iranians to freedom of speech, freedom of organization, so that the Iranians can live the life they deserve.” As he told a news conference, M. Tillerson was in front of the Saudi Foreign Minister, Adel al-Jubeir, representing a government that does not guarantee freedom of expression or other rights. When M. Tillerson retired, a reporter asked him if he had anything to say about human rights in Saudi Arabia. The secretary left unanswered. The visit of President Trump Saudi Arabia emphasized the calculation that he and his foreign policy advisers has with respect to human rights issues in the monde.M. Trump and his team have clearly indicated that they were willing to publicly ignore repression in places like Saudi Arabia and other Gulf countries, whose leaders met here over the weekend – as long as they are allies in the areas that the president considers most Safety and the economy. The president and his advisers, human rights concerns can be a barrier to the flow of trade between countries and an obstacle to charitable associations in the United States. In his view, trade is equivalent to employment and prosperity, and concern for human rights is too often at the height of effort, which prevents US governments from raising three. As you see, the biggest mistake that President Barack Obama made was to public shame in the country rather than first establishing a working relationship based on common interests. Only then, they say, the president raise private human rights concerns. Wizards underscore the success of M. Trump persuading Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi to free an American aid worker. “We’re not here to give a lecture,” Mr. Trump said in a speech Sunday. “We are not there to tell others how to live, what to do, to be or to worship their place, we are here to provide a partnership – based on shared interests and values - to pursue a better future for all of us “Tillerson emphasized the focus in a speech this month to State Department employees who distinguish between American values and interests.” If you condition too strongly that others should adopt this value that we have known for a long time, Obstacles to our ability to advance our national security interests, our economic interests, “he said.