Pompeo dichiara "immorale’ riferiscono di legare la moglie al test positivo sul coronavirus e alle feste di vacanza

Pompeo slams 'unethical' report tying wife's positive coronavirus test and holiday parties

segretario di Stato Mike Pompeo criticized a Bloomberg News report Thursday about the timing of his wife’s COVID-19 diagnosi, saying that neither one of them attended “qualunque Dipartimento di Stato nor White House holiday parties.

This isn’t journalism and it’s worse than gossip — it’s unethical and potentially unlawful,” Pompeo tweeted Thursday.

The tweet that Pompeo was responding to by Bloomberg News reporter Nicholas Wadhams, which has since been deleted, said that Susan Pompeo tested positive for COVID-19 on Dec. 16 e “went to a State Department holiday party the day before tho [sic] it’s not clear when she contracted the virus.

Pompeo said after the tweet was deleted that it wasgood to see this tweet — with patently false information — was deleted.

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Pompeo announced on Dec. 16 that he was going into quarantine after being exposed, and that his department was canceling the last of their holiday parties this year.

The State Department slammed the leak of Susan Pompeo’s diagnosis Thursday.

“Sfortunatamente, over the last few years I have seen a persistent culture of leaks arising from some of my colleagues, which I find unacceptable,” Department of State Under Secretary for Political Affairs David Hale told Fox News.

No one’s health status should be discussed in the media through anonymously sourced leaks, and I am incredibly disappointed that some of my colleagues have chosen to violate the privacy every individual deserves as it relates to their medical status.

The Trump administration came under fire recently for holding large indoor holiday parties in recent weeks despite surging coronavirus cases across the country.

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The American Foreign Service Administration, which represents diplomats, said on Dec. 4th that itis very concerned to see reports of plans to host holiday parties with hundreds of invitees at the Department of State.

The Department’s leadership has urged embassies and consulates around the world to host only virtual holiday gatherings this year,” il AFSA said in a statement al tempo. “It is therefore disconcerting to hear of these plans, which not only go against the Department’s own guidelines but also health regulations in Washington, D.C. and the recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Nonostante che, the State Department and the White House did hold multiple in-person parties.

La settimana scorsa, less than a tenth of the 900 people invited to a party at the State Department actually attended the event, secondo Il Washington Post.

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Pompeo was scheduled to speak at that event, but canceled for an unknown reason, riportava il giornale.

Coronavirus cases are currently surging throughout the country, setting a grim record with 18,681 new deaths in the last week, according to Johns Hopkins University. Gli Stati Uniti. now has 18,458,373 casi confermati e 326,124 deaths from the disease.

Fox News’ Rich Edson contributed to this report.

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