Pompeo fires back at ‘dead wrongMattis criticism of ‘America Firstforeign policy

Pompeo fires back at 'dead wrong' Mattis criticism of 'America First' foreign policy

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo dismissed former Defense Secretary Jim Mattiscriticism of the Trump administration’s “America First” foreign policy approach asdead wrong” 화요일에.

I have a lot of respect for Jim, but he’s just dead wrong on that,” Pompeo toldSpecial Reporthost Bret Baier. “‘America Firsthas been at its heart, a recognition that when America is secure at home, when America does good things for our own economy, for our own prosperity, that America will be a force for good.


Pompeo was responding to a Foreign Affairs magazine op-ed headlined “Defense in Depth,” and co-authored by Mattis, American Enterprise Institute Director of Foreign and Defense Policy Studies Kori Schake, Hoover Institution fellow and former Commander of U.S. Strategic Command Jim Ellis, and Hoover Institution fellow Joe Felter.

The authors said they hope Bidenwill quickly revise the national security strategy to eliminate ‘America first’ from its contents, restoring in its place the commitment to cooperative security that has served the United States so well for decades.

“In practice, ‘America first’ has meant ‘America alone,’” they wrote. “That has damaged the country’s ability to address problems before they reach U.S. territory and has thus compounded the danger emergent threats pose.”

Pompeo said he takesgreat umbrageat the suggestion ofAmerica first” 의미 “America alone.

I would tell you our Japanese colleagues, our South Korean colleagues, our Indian colleagues, our Australian colleagues, all know that the [Obama administration] pivot to Asia was a joke but that the United States under President Trump actually delivered real benefits to them,” 그는 응답했다.

Whether it was the work that we’ve done to build out an enormous coalition to go after the [Venezuelan] 사회 주의자 [Nicolas] Maduro, to go after the Cubans, these are real coalitions, real thingsit wasn’t America alone,” Pompeo reiterated.

It was us doing it with our friends and allies based on shared interests and a reality that recognized central facts about what is and not pretending that things are we would like them to be.


Pompeo also confirmed that there has been no communication between his team and Antony Blinken, Biden’s pick for secretary of state, but thatwe will do everything that’s required by law. We will make this work.

When asked about his greatest foreign policy concern about the next administration, Pompeo said plainly, “I know some of these folks, they took a very different view, they lived in a bit of a fantasy world. They led from behind, they appeased. I hope they will choose a different course.

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Pompeo touted the Trump administration’s historic Abraham Accords that normalized relations in the Middle East, their efforts to deescalatea very tense situation when we came into officein North Korea, 과 “the central recognition of the Chinese Communist Party as a true threat to jobs all across America.

If they’ll keep those things center point and center mass,” 그는 말했다, “I think America’s trajectory will be one that is safer and more prosperous and more secure.

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