U.S. media: Pompeo joined the Hudson Institute or prepare to run for president

On January 19, 2010, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo told the Biden administration that it must take seriously the “existential” threat posed by the Chinese Communist Party to the United States before leaving office.

The former U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo (Mike Pompeo) after leaving office, the outside world has been concerned about his movements. A U.S. media report revealed on the 26th that Pompeo joined a conservative think tank and may be preparing for his presidential campaign in 2024.

According to the U.S. media “Axios” reported on the 26th, Pompeo is now an ordinary citizen, he works at the non-profit Hudson Institute (Hudson Institute) in Washington, where he has the opportunity to participate in policy discussions and close to the Republican Party’s major donors.

In a statement to the institute, Pompeo said, “I am pleased to join the Hudson Institute and look forward to contributing to the mission of promoting American leadership and global engagement.”

The Hudson Institute, one of the five largest conservative think tanks in the United States, was founded in 1961 and focuses on national security and foreign policy, with an emphasis on China issues in recent years, including Chinese Communist strategy, espionage infiltration, the South China Sea controversy and threats in the Taiwan Strait.

The report said Hudson is popular among conservatives, who see it as a platform for policy advice.

Pompeo’s considerable record of public service, combined with his commitment to the values that underpin our mission, will make this an exciting opportunity to work together, said Sarah May Stern, chair of Hudson’s board of directors.

Within the U.S., reports of Pompeo’s candidacy for the next president have also been persistent. The day after Biden’s inauguration, Pompeo tweeted “1,384 days,” which is the exact number of days until the 2024 presidential election.

In response, The Hill analyzed that Pompeo was conducting a countdown to the 2024 U.S. presidential election. He is considered one of a dozen potential 2024 Republican presidential candidates.

Newsweek also said Pompeo, who himself is interested in running for the Republican presidential nomination, appears to be positioning himself as an influential commentator on the Biden regime and is likely to be critical of some of the new president’s agenda.

In an interview with Newsmax TV on the morning he left office, Pompeo said he hoped the Biden Administration would continue to be tough on the Chinese Communist Party. He also hoped that the American people would also keep the pressure on the Chinese Communist Party.

As the new President Biden and his cabinet members are all involved with the Chinese Communist Party. Pompeo also posted dozens of tweets before he left office to warn the world about the dangers of the CCP.

He said, “The Chinese Communist Party is the central threat of our Time. The CCP’s authoritarianism is not the future the free world wants, but if we let down our guard, our future will be”.

When Pompeo also detailed the diplomatic achievements of the Trump administration, he also recalled the friendly measures towards Taiwan during his term of office, including lifting restrictions on Taiwan-U.S. exchanges and sending senior officials to Taiwan. At the same time, he praised Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen and blasted the Chinese Communist Party as the main threat of this era.

Pompeo also issued a statement saying that the U.S. declared the persecution of Uighur Muslims and other religious groups by the Chinese Communist Party as “genocide“, which is an “important decision” made after careful consideration, and he hopes that the next Biden administration will continue to implement this policy. He hopes that the next Biden administration will continue to implement this policy.