Pompeo, in a statement, said that the elections should be held as close to September 6 date as possible and in a manner that reflects the will and aspirations of the people of Hong Kong. The world has seen the atrocities of how Hong Kong and Beijing governments treat the Hong Kongers and, one by one, countries are making a stand for freedom with Hong Kongers.
In its statement the FCC said that journalists should not be targeted for actions taken by their home countries.
Journalists have been caught up in spiralling US-China tensions, with both sides placing limits or expelling reporters from their territories in recent months.
He has been urging the United States government and Congress to support the democratization of Hong Kong.
The US had not renewed the visas of any Chinese journalists since May 11, said foreign ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin on Tuesday.
China promised key liberties and autonomy to Hong Kong ahead of Britain's handover, and the city has free press protections enshrined in law, something that has helped it become a regional media hub.
"My alleged crimes? "Inciting secession" and "colluding with foreign powers" under the Hong Kong National Security Law, "Chu tweeted, adding that he has been a USA citizen for 25 years. Beijing can not be allowed to export its authoritarian governance model", Pompeo said in a tweet".
The Trump administration placed visa and headcount restrictions on some Chinese media in the United States, all of whom are state-controlled.
On Tuesday, Beijing's foreign ministry warned that "necessary and timely countermeasures" would be taken if the U.S. continued to limit Chinese reporters.
The Foreign Correspondents' Club (FCC) suggested visas were being used "as a weapon in global disputes".
"The FCC calls on the Trump administration to lift its restrictions on Chinese media working in the U.S., and on Hong Kong and China's governments to refrain from retribution in targeting USA media and journalists working in Hong Kong", it said.
Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, the United States and, more recently, Germany, have suspended their extradition treaties with Hong Kong to prevent national security law from bringing together activists overseas.