A VOA reporter said that after she tried to ask Secretary of State Mike Pompeo at an event held at the headquarters of the Voice of America (VOA), a VOA reporter was transferred and The White House was defeated.
Patsy Widakuswara, who has been hosting the Voice of America in the White House since 2018, sat on Pompeo to ask questions loudly after Monday’s speech and participated in a Q&A session hosted by VOA director Robert Reilly.
Reilly is a former Voice of America (VOA) director and conservative commentator. Last month, he was appointed and led by Michael Pack, the head of the US global media agency responsible for overseeing the Voice of America (VOA) and other government-funded media agencies. Broadcasting company. Pack presided over the turmoil of the agency, which was characterized by the dismissal of senior managers, court battles and bipartisan criticism in Congress, and condemnation from press freedom organizations.
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In a video posted on his Twitter account, Widakuswara (Widakuswara) can be heard asking Pompeo what he is doing to restore America’s reputation after the pro-Trump mob attacked the Capitol last week. He regrets that there will be a second Trump term after the election.
The video showed that Pompeo did not answer her questions when he went out.
Widakuswara (Widakuswara) was transferred from work in the White House late Monday. He was originally scheduled to be a radio reporter for Air Force One and planned to travel on Tuesday. Two VOA reporters familiar with the matter told NBC News that VOA ordered her not to travel.
National Radio and The Washington Post reported for the first time that the VOA News Office did not respond to requests for comment on the redistribution of Vinda Kuswara. Widakurswara did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Pompeo defended Pack in a speech on Monday, thanked his leadership and said that VOA had lost its way because of being too critical of foreign audiences’ coverage of the United States.
Pompeo said in his speech: “Its broadcasts are less and less telling the truth about the United States, and they often belittle America.”
He said: “The Voice of America has lost its voice, but it is still on the way.”
Members of Congress and current and former employees of Voice of America and other US-funded broadcasting companies, including Radio Free Asia and Radio Free Europe/Radio Freedom, all stated that Parker has launched an investigation into reporters and tried to turn these media into Tron Propaganda tool.
A federal judge ruled Pack in November, effectively prohibiting him from making personnel decisions in the media or interfering with editing operations. A judge of the Washington, DC Superior Court ruled in October that Parker has no right to remove the management of the Open Technology Fund, a non-profit organization funded by the United States. Suppress the country.