“They have very different perspectives, they kind of live in a fantasy world.”
According to the U.S. “Politician” News Network, on November 24th local time, U.S. Secretary of State Pompeo attacked the incoming members of the Biden administration.
According to the report, Pompeo made the above remarks in an interview with Fox News. He said, “I know some of these people. They have very different views. They live in a fantasy world a little.” Pompeo said he had not spoken to Bringcoln since Biden nominated him as Secretary of State.
Pompeo also referred to the decision of the United States General Services Administration (GSA) on the 23rd. According to previous reports, Emily Murphy, director of the General Administration, informed former Vice President Biden and his team on the 23rd that the Trump administration was ready to officially start the regime transition process.
“Today we started the process and looked at what the GSA decision was, and we would do everything that was required by law,” Pompeo said. “We’ll get that right.”
The report mentions that Pompeo specifically criticized Obama administration officials, saying that they “behind the scenes manipulate” in their links with Iran. Before the Trump administration took over four years ago, the U.S. had “injected tens of billions of dollars into Iran” to help them build a nuclear weapons program, etc., Pompeo said. The previous government chose to give them a large amount of money. We chose to reject them.” Pompeo said so.
In addition, Pompeo responded to a statement issued by Linda Thomas-Greenfield on the 24th. On the 23rd, Biden nominated him as the U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations. Greenfield said that “multilateralism” and “diplomacy are back”. Pompeo countered that the Trump administration had built “a coalition that truly brings tangible results and reflects local realities.”
The report mentioned that the Biden team refused to comment on Pompeo’s criticism.
According to previous reports, on November 23 local time, Biden announced that he would nominate Anthony Blinkin as Secretary of State and Jack Sullivan as National Security Adviser. He also announced the candidates of the Secretary of Homeland Security, the Director of National Intelligence, the Permanent Representative to the United Nations, and the President’s Special Envoy on Climate Change.