Former Secretary of State John Kerry recently attacked President Trump, calling for him to resign while speaking at the World Economic Forum. Current Secretary of State Mike Pompeo responded to Kerry with some hard-hitting commentary.
According to The Daily Caller:
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo criticized his predecessor John Kerry in an exclusive interview on “The Story With Martha MacCallum” Wednesday night after Kerry recently said that President Donald Trump should resign.
MacCallum said on her show, “So John Kerry, former secretary of state, was in Davos. He was asked what advice he would give to President Trump,” and then she aired the clip of Kerry.
“I must tell you we don’t pay much attention to the advice that Secretary Kerry is providing to our administration. We’re doing our best to clean up the failures that occurred on his watch,” Pompeo responded.
Back in Sept. Pompeo told Laura Ingraham, “Secretary Kerry can’t seem to get off the stage, and you have to. When I am the former secretary I will get off. Every previous former secretary has done that too.”
Kerry was part of the team that negotiated the failed Iran nuclear deal that saw over $150 billion go to Iran in exchange for nothing.