VIDEO: Pompeo speaks out on IG firing
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Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Wednesday doubled down on his request to fire the State Department’s internal watchdog, while also refusing to detail his reason for recommending the move.
“Frankly should have done it some time ago,” Pompeo said during a combative briefing with reporters at the State Department, referring to his request.
The article goes on to state the following:
President Trump notified Congress late Friday evening of his intention to dismiss State Department Inspector General (IG) Steve Linick, who was appointed in 2013 under President Obama, because he had lost confidence in the watchdog.
WATCH Pompeo’s response below:
#BREAKING: Pompeo says he told Trump to fire State Department Inspector General.
“I recommended to the President that Steve Linick be terminated. Frankly, should’ve done it some time ago.” pic.twitter.com/wZ7CD9PHsN
— The Hill (@thehill) May 20, 2020
Pompeo on IG firing: ‘Frankly should have done it some time ago’ https://t.co/PigWUGOw93
— Jason Miller (@JasonMillerinDC) May 20, 2020
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