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In Wisconsin, Pompeo warns against Chinese

WorldNews Thursday, 24 September 2020
In Wisconsin, Pompeo warns against ChineseMADISON, Wis. -- Secretary of State Mike Pompeo warned Wednesday that China was attempting to influence state and local governments, including through seemingly innocuous sister-city agreements, delivering the message in the presidential battleground state of Wisconsin. "Telling the truth about China isn't partisan," Pompeo said to an audience of Republican lawmakers and guests who were spread out across the Wisconsin Senate chamber. "It's principled. And it protects our people." Pompeo's visit to the Wisconsin...
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