Putting Questions to Powerful People: NPR’s Mary Louise Kelly
By now, you’ve probably heard the interview NPR’s Mary Louise Kelly conducted with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, and her account of the meeting that took place immediately after. You may have heard the reactions from President Trump and Secretary Pompeo. You might have even watched this.
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To dig deeper into this story and NPR’s response, see below:
- NPR CEO John Lansing’s response to the story;
- The response from the State Department Correspondent Association’s president to news that NPR’s Michele Kelemen was removed from the press pool for Secretary Pompeo’s trip to Europe and Central Asia;
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