Did Mike Pompeo finally acknowledge Donald lost?

Did Mike Pompeo finally acknowledge Donald lost? Secretary of State says 'we're leaving the world safer than when we came in' and talks about returning to Kansas in new interview

By Nikki Schwab, Senior U.S. Political Reporter For Dailymail.com

Published: 21:59 GMT, 5 January 2021 | Updated: 22:02 GMT, 5 January 2021

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Secretary of State Mike Pompeo indicated in a new interview that he knows there won't be a 'second administration' after all, as he talked about where he planned to live after leaving office and about President Donald 's foreign policy legacy. 

Pompeo spoke with billionaire philanthropist David Rubenstein in an interview for Bloomberg News, where he boasted, 'After four years, I think we're leaving the world safer than when we came in.'  

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'I'm not sure precisely where we'll live,' Pompeo said when Rubenstein asked if he would return to Kansas or stay in Washington, D.C. 'Home is Kansas. I am confident that we will spend a whole lot more time in Kansas in the time after I'm Secretary of State than I have while I was Secretary of State.'   

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo indicated in a new interview that he knows there won't be a 'second Trump administration' as he talked about where he planned to live after leaving office and about President Donald Trump's foreign policy legacy

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo indicated in a new interview that he knows there won't be a 'second administration' as he talked about where he planned to live after leaving office and about President Donald 's foreign policy legacy 

President Donald Trump, photographed at a rally in Georgia Monday night, has refused to concede the election to President-elect Joe Biden. Pompeo, however, said that 'after four years, I think we're leaving the world safer than when we came in'

President Donald , photographed at a rally in Georgia Monday night, has refused to concede the election to President-elect Joe Biden. Pompeo, however, said that 'after four years, I think we're leaving the world safer than when we came in' 

Pompeo was interviewed by billionaire philanthropist David Rubenstein (pictured) for Bloomberg News

Pompeo was interviewed by billionaire philanthropist David Rubenstein (pictured) for Bloomberg News 

Pompeo was one of the highest-ranking government officials to question, early on, the legitimacy of President-elect Joe Biden's win. 

Three days after the networks called the race for Biden on November 7, Pompeo was asked if he would

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