Caribbean leaders boycott Pompeo talks as row grows over US relations

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Trinidad and Tobago PM joins Barbadian counterpart in turning down meeting with US secretary of state in Jamaica The prime ministers of Barbados and Trinidad and Tobago are boycotting a scheduled meeting with the US secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, in a growing row between Caribbean nations who are open to improved relations with the Trump administration, and those who have opposed talks on principle. Related: Pompeo has sealed his spot as 'Trump's whisperer' with his mission to beat Iran Continue reading... …

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