Secretary of State Mike Pompeo looks on during a press conference at the Australia-U.S. Ministerial Consultations (AUSMIN) on the campus of Stanford University on Tuesday in California.
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After weeks of headlines dominated by White House actions on the international stage, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo will face questions from lawmakers Wednesday afternoon about how the Trump administration is managing foreign policy.
President Trump resumed acknowledging Russian election interference on Tuesday and said he fears that this year, it will benefit Democrats.
Trump, who goes back and forth about what he accepts about the years-long campaign of "active measures" against the West, now says the cyberattacks, online agitation and other techniques could be turned against him and Republicans in the 2018 congressional races.