Mike Pompeo Coverage
Pompeo: 'We will ensure that Afghanistan never again serves as a base for international terrorists.'
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo signed a treaty on behalf of the U.S. with the Taliban to end American military involvement in Afghanistan.
Editorial: Determined NPR reporter won't let Trump officials bury the truth
Tuesday, Jan. 28, 2020 -- When President Donald Trump and Secretary of State Michael Pompeo don't like the questions reporters ask, they attack, belittle and even question the patriotism and loyalty of news organizations. It is a repetitious ploy to avoid telling the truth. President Trump has well-documented that he cannot be trusted to tell the truth. Pompeo is following in line. With dignity and determination, NPR's Mary Louise Kelly wouldn't be intimidated and stood her ground.
Fact check: Pompeo claims Trump didn't say he'd go after Iranian cultural sites
President Trump tweeted that the U.S. has targeted 52 Iranian sites. In response to Democratic criticism, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Fox News that Trump did not threaten to target Iranian sites that are culturally significant.
Did Trump threaten Iran's cultural sites?
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo denied that President Donald Trump threatened to attack cultural sites in Iran amid escalating tensions between the two countries, even though Trump's tweets said otherwise.
Fallout from attack on world's biggest oil production facility grows
It's still unclear who did it, but new satellite photos show multiple, pinpoint attacks. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says Iran's to blame, but offered no evidence.