China will not get away with their deceitful actions according to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. He said he is “confident” that the communist country will pay a price for the Coronavirus outbreak.
While on Fox News Channel with Sean Hannity, Pompeo argued that the anger many people are feeling at China is justified.
“That’s appropriate that you’re angry,” he said during the interview. “I think many of us are angry. I know the president feels the same way. China caused an enormous amount of pain, loss of life and now a huge challenge for the global economy and the American economy as well by not sharing the information they had.”
“Sean, you should know,” Pompeo continued, “We still don’t have full transparency from the Chinese Communist Party. I’m so concerned that there are things we don’t know. We don’t know the history. We haven’t been able to get our team on the ground to do the work that it needs to do. This is an ongoing challenge and the Chinese Communist Party and the World Health Organization have failed to do the things they have the responsibility to do. There’s a pandemic inside of the country.”
He said that he could not offer up details as to exactly what he means, but that he is confident that China will pay a price.
Secretary Pompeo is 'very confident' that the Chinese government will pay a price for coronavirus crisis
Posted by Sean Hannity on Friday, April 24, 2020
“I am very confident that the Chinese Communist Party will pay a price for what they did here certainly from the United States,” the Secretary of State said. “I don’t know exactly what form that will take. Our focus today isn’t on that. It’s on making sure we keep America safe, take down the health risk, keep people healthy as we can, and get this economy going back. But I’m very confident. I talk to business people all around the country. I talk to ordinary citizens. People who have put their lives at risk over the last weeks. They know that this is a result of this virus that originated in Wuhan, China, and they know that the Chinese government didn’t do the things it needed to do.”
“There will be a cost associated with that,” he concluded. “We need to focus on the here and now and there’ll be a time to make sure that we get this right to make sure that we’re not dependent on China for our pharmaceutical goods and all the things that we’ve seen that we just didn’t have right and that President Trump had identified early on as things we needed to fix in the relationship between the United States and China.
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