President Joe Biden said "America is back" and critics are wondering "where did we go?" Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo goes on Fox News to offer his response to President Biden's idea that "America is back" on foreign policy.

Trey Gowdy talks with Pompeo and asks him about several countries. Pompeo responds to Gowdy's questions and slams President Biden in the process, having some choice words for the president's statement about America being "back" and Biden's administration in general.


Pompeo was quoted saying the following:

MIKE POMPEO: When he [Biden] says "back," when America is back, does he mean back to letting China walk all over us, destroying millions of jobs in places like Kansas and South Carolina, that we know so well? I hope that's not what he means by back. He talked about allies, when he said go back, does he mean back to dissing allies and friends like Israel and treating the terrorists in Iran like friends by giving them $150 billion in pallets of cash? I don't think the American people can afford to go back to eight more years of Barack Obama's foreign policy. I hope they'll move forward with a foreign policy look much more like our America first foreign policy.

CNN reported what Biden had said:
President Joe Biden announced "America is back" on Thursday and declared that "diplomacy is back at the center" of US foreign policy as he said the US will end all support for Saudi Arabia's offensive operations in Yemen, one of several changes he announced in his first major foreign-policy speech since taking office.