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Action P. R. is demanding answers after secretary of state Mike Pompeii barred one of its reporters from his plane for an upcoming trip here's Steve Dorsey in a letter to Pompeii owe the public broadcaster called on the state department to reverse its decision to remove diplomacy correspondent Michele Kelemen from an upcoming trip to Europe and Central Asia NPR also wants the state department to explain its decision president trump appeared to praise Pompey was handling of NPR after another female reporter Mary Louise Kelley pressed him on Ukraine last think you did a good job and her actions Pompeii lashed out at Kelly following the