After interview, Pompeo cursed at reporter, yelled: 'Do you think Americans care about Ukraine?'

Sec. Pompeo unloaded on NPR host Mary Louise Kelly after an interview in which she questioned him about Ukraine and other hot-button issues, NPR said.       
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Trump Supporters Bring 'MAGA' Mickey Mouse Cut Out to Disney World, Seek Legal Advice After Being Asked to Move
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Yes, please.
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