Pompeo: ISIS leader's death proof the US won't 'stop in the pursuit of bringing evil to justice'
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the death of ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi serves as proof that the U.S. will keep fighting to make sure the nation is safe. "Baghdadi's demise is further evidence - available for all to see - that the United States will not stop in the pursuit of bringing evil to justice and delivering on our promise to do everything in our power to keep America safe and to bring this scourge to its knees," Pompeo saidSecretary of State Mike Pompeo said the death of ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi serves as proof that the U.S. will keep fighting to make sure the nation is safe.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the Chinese government had instituted "a highly repressive campaign". China has dismissed the allegations as groundless. In a statement, Mr Pompeo accused the Chinese government of a string of abuses against Uighurs, ethnic Kazakhs, Kyrgyz Muslims and
China condemned the US secretary of state ’s ‘groundless allegations’ after Pompeo criticized Beijing for backing Maduro. China has rejected US claims that it is partly to blame for the disintegration of Venezuela, accusing Washington of “The US has long been treating Latin America as its backyard
WASHINGTON (AP) — Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is lashing out at China and accusing the Chinese Communist Party of adopting policies that run counter to U.S. interests.
He's also criticizing previous American administrations going back to Richard Nixon for accommodating Beijing by ignoring fundamental differences in the U.S. and Chinese systems and wishing for reform.
In a speech to the conservative Hudson Institute in New York on Wednesday, Pompeo said China must be confronted rather than coddled on numerous fronts. Those range from its trade practices to human rights and its aggression in the South China Sea and toward Taiwan.
Pompeo's remarks were the second harshly critical speech about China from a senior Trump administration official in a week. Vice President Mike Pence delivered a similar critique of China last Thursday.
Pompeo slams Iran 'intimidation' of IAEA inspector as 'outrageous' .
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Friday slammed Tehran's treatment of an inspector with the UN's nuclear watchdog agency last week as "an outrageous and unwarranted act of intimidation." "The United States fully supports the IAEA's monitoring and verification activities in Iran, and we are alarmed at Iran's lack of adequate cooperation," Pompeo said in a statement.The top US diplomat said Iran "detained" the inspector, who the International Atomic Energy Agency has said had been briefly prevented from leaving Iran.