Trump draws line in the sand with Pakistan
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Trump draws line in the sand with Pakistan


It appears that President Donald Trump has started the new year off by drawing a line in the sand with the nuclear Muslim country of  Pakistan. In one of this daily tweets, Trump called out the Pakistanis for harboring terrorists while taking over $33 billion in US aid one the past 15 years, stating that the lopsided relationship with the country in the war of terror was going to end. “No more,” said Trump.

Both President Trump and Vice President Mike Pence have both expressed their support for the public protests, while the Russians, who are closely allied to the Iranians, have said that this is an “internal matter” and that foreign  influences should not meddle.

“Our great nation has witnessed a number of similar incidents in the past and has comfortably dealt with them.

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