In a meeting with senior Republican lawmakers and congressional staff, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, on Friday, Jan. 8, reflected on his work under President Trump’s leadership and expressed satisfaction with the accomplishments of his four years in office, Breitbart reported.
“I am proud of what we’ve accomplished—not just in the national security, foreign policy space, which I’ve worked with, but the things that we’ve done with families, the pro-life work that we have done,” Pompeo said.
Amid a hostile environment toward President Trump following the incidents instigated by the extremists of antifa on Capitol Hill on Wednesday, Jan. 6, and intensified by the mainstream media propaganda, some officials, legislators, and senators, turned their backs on President Trump, resigning to or repeating the Democrats’ lies.
“While I think we all think the violence that took place in the place where you all work in the Capitol was tragic, I’ve watched people walk away from this president already. And they are not listening to the American people. Not remotely,” Pompeo said.
Pompeo was truly the public face of the Trump administration’s pro-life, anti-communist, and anti-globalist policies outside the United States that tirelessly toured the world and the United States carrying the message and convincing other leaders.
For example, on Oct. 23, 2020, Pompeo representing the United States led a coalition of 32 countries that signed the Geneva Consensus Declaration to call on the United Nations to stop promoting abortion as a ‘right,’ and while the declaration is only moral, it was a blow to the U.N.’s abortion globalist agenda and perhaps the first administration to do so openly.
Speaking of the road traveled since President Trump put his “America First” policy in place, Pompeo said this led them away from a lot of things that were frankly harmful to Americans and a bureaucratic screen that plays no real role.
“We’ve walked away from the World Health Organization. We walked away from the U.N. Human Rights Commission. We walked away from some of the central understandings of the World Trade Organization,” Pompeo said.
He added, “Each of these things was detrimental to the American people, their prosperity, their security. We were right to do that. It’s a sensibility that I think 75 million people still understand and understood in November of this year. They haven’t stopped understanding, I promise you that.”
Of course, one of the greatest achievements of the Trump administration was to put the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) in its place.
The CCP carried out various campaigns of persecution of ethnic minorities, religious groups, and dissidents behind closed doors.
Initially through the trade war, the United States destroyed the false idea that the CCP was a world power since its development was based on unfair competition, the use of slave labor to produce imported goods, and the aid of corrupted governments from around the world that moved their production to China, bankrupting their local economies.
One of the achievements of the Trump administration with Pompeo’s assistance was to expose these crimes, to connect trade agreements and diplomatic relations with the domestic behavior of CCP leaders and to demand certain standards of behavior from them, something that for example the European Union failed to do a week ago when it signed a multimillion-dollar investment pact with the CCP.
One of the most severe and public measures adopted were sanctions against Chinese Communist Party officials involved in human rights violations.
On Dec. 10, according to a Vision Times report, police officer Huang Yuanxiong and his wife were sanctioned for persecuting Falun Gong practitioners in China, an ancient Chinese discipline that has been persecuted since 1999 by the CCP.
The list of the administration’s accomplishments is endless including; peace agreements between Muslim-majority countries and Israel, the Five Eyes Alliance with Australia, New Zealand, Canada, United Kingdom, along with Japan, India, and South Korea to balance the threat of the CCP in the South China Sea.
“These are things that will truly be historic. I think history will remember us very well for these things when the books are written,” reflected Pompeo.