And 60 Minutes correspondent Scott Pelley emphasizes that Pompeo made both sides of the same argument, noting the secretary “tried to have it both ways” on the claim.
60 Minutes’ tweet, on the other hand, does not include the entirety of the show’s reporting.
The criticism of the full 60 Minutes report, as it aired on show Sunday evening, is off-base.
(And, as the transcript makes clear, Pompeo’s intent was anything but clear.)
But the criticism of the 60 Minutes tweet promoting the segment is warranted.

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