Former US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo publishes a new biography regarding his candidacy for the 2024 elections.
“Don’t Give An Inch: Fighting For The America I Love,” due out next week, contains a number of chants against people in Trump’s circle, according to media outlets that had access to it.
Among them is the former ambassador to the United Nations during Trump’s presidency, Nikki Haley.
In the book, Haley is accused of conspiring with Donald Trump’s daughter Ivanka and son-in-law Jared Kushner to appoint him vice president.
British Watchman He recounts allegations that Haley tricked Chief of Staff John Kelly into thinking she was going to a meeting with the president alone, but then entered the Oval Office with Kushner and Ivanka.
After what Kelly understood, they offered a potential replacement with Haley as Vice President. I can’t confirm it, but Kelly was sure he had been cheated, and he wasn’t happy about it, Pompeo wrote in the book, according to Watchman.
to me New York Post Pompeo also reveals that he received a specific message from his boss himself after a meeting between Trump and Xi Jinping.
On March 25, 2020, Pompeo made bold statements regarding China and the coronavirus. called her constantlyWuhan virusHe criticized the lack of communication by the Chinese authorities regarding the outbreak of the virus and the virus.
according to this, New York Post This angered the Chinese president, which he made clear to his American counterpart.
Furthermore, Pompeo writes, Trump stated the following in a phone conversation shortly after:
– For God’s sake, shut up a little!
According to the book, Trump is said to have stated that Pompeo put the United States at risk by provoking Jinping, because the United States needs infection control equipment from China.
Trump’s third national security adviser, John Bolton, will also be reviewed.
Pompeo wrote, among other things, that Trump called him a “floundering loser” (“dirtsekk taper” in Norwegian. Journ.anm.). Trump fired Bolton in 2019.
But according to the British newspaper, Pompeo mostly respects his tone towards Donald Trump – and even his deputy, Mike Pence.
The latter has not officially said he will run for president in 2024, but he is flirting with the idea quite frankly. He also wrote an autobiography, God Help Me, in which he opens Even about disagreements with the old chief.
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