Rubio finished third and ultimately dropped out of the president race in March.
After Trump became the presumptive Republican nominee in May, Pompeo issued a light endorsement of the candidate — without actually saying his name.
Pompeo said in January that NSA’s spying programs are valuable and that he wants to revive them. should spy on world leaders, including our closest allies. It turns out that’s where al-Qaida is hanging out,” he said. Because it’s a place where you find people who are trying to do enormous harm to America.”In 2014, the Senate released a portion of its report on the CIA’s use of torture on detainees between 20, including, according to Our men and women who were tasked to keep us safe in the aftermath of 9/11 — our military and our intelligence warriors — are heroes, not pawns in some liberal game being played by the ACLU and Senator Feinstein.
“We ought not to take that tool away from our intelligence community while the threats are as great as they are today," he said. These men and women are not torturers, they are patriots.
The committee investigated the 2012 attack on Americans in Benghazi, Libya, and, according to the , Pompeo’s report, which he wrote with another Republican committee member, said the State Department was “seemingly more concerned with politics and Secretary Clinton’s legacy than with protecting its people in Benghazi.” said.
During an appearance on C-Span in February, Pompeo said Edward Snowden, the former National Security Agency (NSA) contractor who leaked secret information and now lives in Russia, should be put to death for what he did.
He spent five years on active duty in the Army — part of it along the East German border — serving as a tank platoon leader. Pompeo, who was born in California, moved to Kansas in 1996 after graduating from Harvard Law School and working in Washington, D. In Kansas, Pompeo went into business, starting Thayer Aerospace, where he served as CEO.
After selling the company in 2006, he became president of a company called Sentry International, which makes equipment for oilfields.
Marco Rubio for president, according to the I know Marco well.
The bill passed in 2015 over the objections of Democrats and consumer safety groups that insist Americans have the right to know what’s in their food, according to .
Pompeo dismissed these concerns, saying requirements around new labels would only drive up costs.
"When the most devastating terrorist attacks on America in the last 20 years come overwhelmingly from people of a single faith and are performed in the name of that faith, a special obligation falls on those that are the leaders of that faith," he said.
The Council on American-Islamic Relations pointed out that “a number of Muslim institutions issued statements whose themes included prayers for the victims, calls for Muslims to assist humanitarian efforts, and condemnations of terrorism.”In Kansas this year, Pompeo called on a mosque to cancel an appearance by a Muslim leader who he said was connected with the terrorist group Hamas.