The secretary of state claimed the Iran hostage crisis came to an end 40 years ago—he was two years out.
"They say he's the Donald Trump of Brazil. Can you believe that? But he likes it," Trump said.
"It definitely rattled people," a former senior U.S. administration official told The Wall Street Journal. "People were shocked. It was mind-boggling how cavalier they were about hitting Iran."
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo argued that "America has always been a liberating force, not an occupying power, in the Middle East," but Syria would disagree.
With a government shutdown and top figures resigning, the secretary of state said, "I expect every day going forward will be difficult as well."
Bolsonaro had previously said that Brazil's two decades of military dictatorship, which ended in 1985, was a "very good period" and that he is "in favor of torture."
The president has a "great team" of national security advisers around him, Lindsey Graham said, adding that "he just needs to listen" to them.
"Some other reporting that you've seen on that has been inaccurate," Pompeo said.
The likely mastermind was arrested by Pakistan soon after the attack but was released on bail, and is now believed to be living in relative comfort under the protection of the Pakistani intelligence services.
The International Atomic Energy Agency has suggested Kim Jong Un is not moving toward denuclearization.
At least 16 bases were continuing research.
Speaking with John Dickerson of CBS's Face the Nation, Pompeo defended the Trump administration's decision to order the deployment of thousands of troops to the southern border but fell short of saying whether he believed the president was capitalizing on the situation.
With the Saudi monarchy still not prepared to tell the world what happened to Jamal Khashoggi, America must act decisively.
The top diplomat had been dispatched by President Donald Trump to Saudi Arabia in the wake of dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi's alleged murder.
Prince Khalid, accompanied by Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir, met Secretary of State Mike Pompeo upon arrival in Riyadh on Tuesday.
Tensions are high between Riyadh and the West over allegations that the journalist was murdered in the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul.
A video posted to Twitter by the state department on Sunday showed Pompeo walking alongside Kim in Pyongyang. "Everything is great," Pompeo says.