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Secretary of State Mike Pompeo allegedly held several political meetings while on official government trips, The New York Times reported.
Pompeo met with a number of top Republican donors, and while he and his aides tried to keep them from his public schedule, several news outlets found out about them after the fact.
The Secretary of State has been under a microscope after the firing of an inspector general who was allegedly investigating Pompeo for a number of things, including a Saudi arms deal.
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Secretary of State Mike Pompeo allegedly held several meetings with top Republican political donors, while on official government trips, The New York Times reported.
Pompeo did not put any of the visits on his public schedule. While it’s unclear exactly how many of these events Pompeo has held, however, a number of the incidents have been discovered by news outlets afterward. According to The Times, Pompeo and his aides avoided disclosing the meeting to reporters who travel with them. See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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