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.
The Republican senator described the SolarWinds cyberattack—which Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and top GOP lawmakers blame Russia for—as "extraordinary." The president has downplayed it.
President Donald Trump has downplayed the threat from the SolarWinds cyberattack and attempted to cast doubt on Russia's involvement.
"This was a very significant effort," Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said of the SolarWinds hack during a Friday interview.
The federal bureau reportedly notified staff that its final holiday gathering, scheduled to take place Wednesday evening, was cancelled after the Secretary of State's possible exposure to COVID-19.
The secretary of state's praise of Barr came days after Trump called the attorney general a disappointment over his handling of the Hunter Biden probe.
The State Department is now also believed to have been compromised by hackers reportedly acting under orders from Moscow.
In his first appearance Wednesday since causing a fresh diplomatic row with Australia, government spokesperson Zhao Lijian urged the incoming Biden administration to restart talks with China.
China is revoking visa exemptions for U.S. diplomats visiting Hong Kong and Macau and imposing sanctions on Congress members.
The departing Secretary of State announced a number of steps to cement the current model of Israeli control over the occupied territories. His evocation of antisemitism should be seen in this context first and foremost.
Many Christians in Nigeria are approaching this Christmas with a sense of dread, as traveling to see loved ones over the holidays will make them especially vulnerable targets for brazen kidnapping and murder.
The State Department imposed the sanctions on 14 Chinese lawmakers over the clampdown on freedoms in Hong Kong.
"The United States welcomes the reciprocal and fair exchange of cultural programs with PRC officials and the Chinese people, but one-way programs such as these are not mutually beneficial," Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said in a statement on Friday.
The issues stemming from the hostile anti-Semitic takeover of the human rights movement started long before the current administration, and should not be simply dismissed because of American political polarization.
An Israeli cabinet minister appeared to suggest that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu had traveled to Saudi Arabia, but the country's foreign minister denied it.
Riyadh has enjoyed American backing despite a raft of human rights abuses, but now must deal lwith Biden who has promised to "reassess" ties.
Pompeo and the Trump administration continue to claim voter fraud and reject the outcome of America's own much-vaunted democratic process.