"I care deeply about the American conservative movement for an awfully long time now. I aim to keep at it," Pompeo said.
"So how many of you remember Qasim Soleimani?" Mike Pompeo said at CPAC. "Allah rest his soul."
The WHO announced it's ending its investigation into the Wuhan lab's ties to the coronavirus pandemic.
The former statesman was described as a true "patriot" by top officials and policy influencers.
The former secretary of state reiterated Trump administration concerns relating to a wide range of Chinese policies after a Communist Party official called him a "rat" on Monday.
The emergence in Congress of a bipartisan view of China as a serious threat to American interests may see the Biden administration take an equally tough stance on Beijing's policies.
Beijing officials warned "raging anti-China sentiment" is a bipartisan agreement in Washington, and the "new U.S. government is not a cure of American malaise."
Post-departure measures against Trump and his key officials speak to the fury his administration's policies elicited among America's rivals.
Pompeo is among those tipped to run for the 2024 GOP nomination, and his close ties with Trump could either help or hinder a bid for the White House.
President Biden must stand firm on Secretary of State Pompeo's genocide determination.
China accused the former officials of undermining Beijing's "national sovereignty, security and development interests."
The Chinese Foreign Ministry's spokesman called outgoing Secretary of State Mike Pompeo "a doomsday clown."
The CCP has committed genocide against the predominantly Muslim Uighurs and other ethnic and religious minority groups in Xinjiang," Pompeo said in a statement.
The outgoing secretary of state said that "woke-ism" and multiculturalism are not American.
While announcing new sanctions on U.S. officials, a Chinese official criticized Mike Pompeo's tenure as secretary of state for undermining U.S.-China relations.
Lewis Lukens says the Biden administration will have to work hard to rebuild relationships with global partners after the Trump years.
The newspaper said: "America will be better when he leaves office. Kansas will be much better if he decides to stay away from his adopted home state forever."
From Yemen to China and Taiwan, the departing administration is doing all it can to hamstring its successor's diplomats.
The administration's final week has brought a flurry of foreign policy action targeting America's adversaries.
China's hawkish state media personality called for a firm response to new developments in U.S.-Taiwan ties, but an analyst told Newsweek the Chinese military was unlikely to act in the coming days.
Pompeo's trips to Luxembourg and Belgium were called off at the last minute, according to Reuters, because officials there refused to meet with him.
After Mike Pompeo made the unprecedented move to remove restrictions on U.S.-Taiwan diplomatic exchanges on Saturday, a Biden spokesperson said the president-elect would continue to support Taiwan.
Pompeo has been tweeting his celebration of key administration achievements even as Trump's final weeks in office collapse into chaos and insurrection.
Five people died in the riot at the Capitol as Congress met to finalize the results of the 2020 election.
"I have been in contact with senior Chinese officials, and I have once again made it clear that the mission is a priority for WHO and the international team," the director said.
Pompeo had previously talked about a transition to second Trump term, which some believed was a joke.
In an op-ed for Newsweek, Secretary Pompeo accused the Chinese Communist Party of a lack of transparency regarding its nuclear weapons, some of which are capable of reaching the United States.
The attorney general sided with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in saying the Russians were apparently responsible for the massive cyberattack.
"There was minimal security leadership at the top," said the cybersecurity expert, who left SolarWinds after giving his warning.