Peter Skurkiss writes at American Thinker:
Last week, the Trump administration in the person of secretary of state Mike Pompeo gave the European international set another swift and deserved kick in the derrière.
That's when the secretary of state made it known that the U.S. will not grant visas to members of the International Criminal Court (ICC) who attempt to come here to investigate any alleged war crimes by members of the American military in Afghanistan.
The ICC has been making noises to that effect. Pompeo also said economic sanctions could follow if the ICC persists.
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