Pompeo says mediator strategy will be Trump administration policy ‘until our time is up’

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According to the Associated Press, Pompeo said in an interview with Dubai-based Saudi-owned broadcaster Al-Arabia that the Trump administration’s policy is to identify Iran as a central threat within the region.

“It will be our policy until our time is up,” said the secretary, who, like other members of the president’s inner circle, did not accept the president-elect. JB BidenGOP senator congratulates Biden, says Trump should accept results, rejects Trump’s Pennsylvania claim of Trump campWinning the 2020 election.

“Our policies do not change. Our duty does not change. My responsibilities do not change, ”he added. “I still have a duty – every hour, every minute – to defend the American people and keep them at the forefront of our efforts, and we will do that. We’ll do that until the very last minute. “

Biden has hinted that Iran’s return to comply with the Obama administration’s nuclear deal in 2015 would give Iran’s leadership a “credible path to diplomacy.” The U.S. has directed the administration and its administration to pursue a campaign of sanctions called “maximum pressure” on the Iranian government and its nuclear program.

During Trump’s tenure at the White House, U.S. And Iran has repeatedly appeared on the brink of a direct military conflict, with Iran at one point in 2019 invading the U.S. on the Strait of Hormuz. Surveillance drones were pushed, and General Qassam Solimani, commander of Iran’s Kuds Force, was killed in a Baghdad drone strike in January following a U.S. drone strike.