Secretary of State Mike Pompeo – a Trump loyalist who served through out the former president's first term – told a colleague 'crazies' had taken over as Donald Trump pursued election fraud claims in his final weeks in office.
'The crazies have taken over,' Pompeo warned a colleague amid fears that foreign adversaries he spent his time contending with as the nation's top diplomat might exploit the volatile situation.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Pompeo also shared concerns that Trump might even be willing to take part in an international conflict as part of a ploy to remain in office, according to the new book Frankly, We Did Win This Election: The Inside Story of How Trump Lost,' by Wall Street Journal reporter Michael Bender.
'The crazies have taken over,' former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo told a colleague amid election overturn efforts in the last days of the Trump Administration
The reported comments came during Trump's tense final weeks in office, while Trump and his allies were putting forward repeated claims of election fraud, while allies including Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani, attorney Sidney Powell, and lawyer Lin Wood were filing 'Kraken' lawsuits asking courts to cast aside votes for Joe Biden.
According to the book, Pompeo organized daily calls with Chairman of