Foreign media reported that Pompeo cancelled shooting after being bitterly criticized for running to Israel to canvass for votes

According to the news from the Israel times and the Jerusalem Post on September 2, the US Secretary of state Pompeo canceled a plan to shoot Republican campaign ads in Israel during his visit to Israel last week. He had intended to attract Americans in Israel to vote for trump, but the shooting plan was shelved after the criticism of “cloud attendance” at the Republican National Congress. < p > < p > Israel channel 12 News quoted people familiar with the situation as saying that Pompeo originally planned to participate in the Republican Party’s election campaign in Israel, but after he recorded the speech of the Republican Party’s National Congress in Jerusalem, the outside world was in an uproar, and the plan of shooting the campaign advertisement could only be put off. < / P > < p > the State Department did not comment on this. Overseas Republicans in Israel responded that there was no reason to stop any important campaign. Last month, Israeli overseas Republicans launched a campaign to encourage Israeli Americans to vote for trump and burns, as well as other Republican candidates for the Senate. < / P > < p > according to US media reports, on August 25, Pompeo made a speech at the “cloud” Republican National Congress in Jerusalem through video recording. This move broke the tradition of the United States for decades and triggered strong protests from all walks of life. Harry Sofer, chairman of the Jewish democratic Council of the United States, believes that Pompeo’s practice is unprecedented and extremely immoral, and violates the hatch act. The act bans federal employees from running for political parties in the course of their official duties. On August 25, Joaquin Castro, chairman of the oversight group of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the US House of Representatives, said that an investigation was launched into whether Pompeo’s actions violated federal laws. Three days later, on August 28, the Foreign Affairs Committee of the US House of Representatives announced that it had filed a contempt suit against Pompey on the ground that Pompey refused to accept a subpoena for questioning his “apparent abuse” of state department resources. According to Eliot Engel, chairman of the committee, Pompeo showed a shocking indifference to the constitution. < p > < p > the Washington Post published another article on August 31, criticizing Pompeo as “the worst Secretary of state in history”, believing that he pushed us foreign policy into a dead end and made the degree of isolation of the United States reach a historical peak.