Mike Pompeo

The secretary of state attempted to assure reporters he wasn't blindsided by the former national security adviser's abrupt firing.
The Fox News host questioned President Donald Trump's attempt to host Taliban leaders at Camp David just days before the anniversary of 9/11.
A senior North Korean official skewered the secretary of state on Saturday for his "thoughtless" comments and warned the U.S. to not "test" Pyongyang's patience.
Relations between the U.S. and Cuba have deteriorated under President Donald Trump in part because of Cuban support for the embattled president of Venezuela.
Sir Kim Darroch called Trump's actions "diplomatic vandalism," according to new cables obtained by the Daily Mail.
Human rights groups have criticized the effort as a means to rein in protections for marginalized groups.
The country accused Washington of harboring a "wild dream ... to bring us to our knees."
Iran's downing of a U.S. drone is the latest step in a dangerous escalation.
President Donald Trump is said to have ordered military strikes on Iran, but then backtracked before Islamic republic was bombed.
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo addressed the ongoing tensions with Iran.
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is blaming Iran for the destruction of Norwegian-owned and Japanese-owned oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman.
Casting the Trump administration's credibility gap into sharp relief, allies like Japan and Germany have demanded more "credible" evidence to support the U.S. claim.
“We are going to work to build out a set of countries that have deep vested interest in keeping that strait open to help us do that,” Pompeo said.
The secretary of state snapped at Fox News' Chris Wallace for asking about "a Washington piece of silliness."
The Trump administration's credibility muddies the waters in the Gulf of Oman tanker attacks.
The Secretary of State said the attacks are part of a “campaign” of “escalating tension” by Iran.
A Chinese Embassy statement said "bullies" will "end up in the ash heap of history."
The U.S. secretary of state said Sunday that the Trump administration will still pressure the Islamic Republic to change its behavior in the Middle East.
The Pentagon has drawn plans to send 10,000 troops to the Middle East. The decision has yet to be finalized by the White House.
Experts warn that treating a wide array of groups as official Iranian actors is dangerous and misinformed.