The Foreign Office has confirmed that US President Donald Trump will not visit Pakistan during his tour to India next month. President Trump “wants an exclusive visit to Pakistan which is not linked to any other visit in the region because Pakistan has its own distinct place,” FO Spokesperson Aisha Farooqi said at the weekly media briefing.
In a recent meeting with Prime Minister of Pakistan in Davos, Switzerland, the US President has assured him that he will visit Pakistan soon.The two leaders met on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum (WEF) and discussed various important issues including bilateral trade, Kashmir, and Afghanistan. This development was announced by Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi.
President of the United States, Donald Trump was impeached for abuse of power in a historic vote in the House of Representatives on Wednesday. The decision set up a Senate trial on removing him from office after three turbulent years. By a 230 to 197 vote in Democratic-majority House, Trump became the third occupant of the White House in American history to be impeached.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was caught gossiping about US President Donald Trump during a Nato leaders Buckingham Palace reception in London. Trudeau’s conversation with other world leaders was caught on camera and microphone, and the footage went immediately viral. In response to Trudeau’s comments, Trump branded the leader of America’s northern neighbour ‘a nice guy’ but ‘two-faced’.
The President of United States, Donald Trump, sent a wave of shock on social media after he tweeted a photo of his head photoshopped on the super-buff, bare body of the fictional boxer Rocky Balboa. The picture was tweeted on the official Twitter account on Wednesday morning, with Trump offering exactly zero explanation – not even a caption.
In a telephonic conversation with Prime Minister Imran Khan, US President Donald Trump thanked the prime minister for Pakistan’s efforts in facilitating the release of two Western hostages. During the phone call, Prime Minister Imran termed the release of the hostages by the Taliban in Afghanistan as a “positive development”, saying Pakistan was happy that the duo was safe and free.
A judge has ordered US President Donald Trump to pay $2 million to an array of charities as a fine for misusing his own charitable foundation to further his political and business interests. New York state Judge Saliann Scarpulla imposed the penalty after Trump admitted to a series of abuses outlined in a lawsuit brought against him last year by New York attorney general’s office.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan threw US President Donald Trump’s letter “in the bin”, reported Turkish presidential sources. President Erdogan received the letter, thoroughly rejected it and put it in the bin,” they said. The US president warned his Turkish counterpart in a letter dated October 9, to work out “a good deal” and avoid being branded as a “devil”.
President Donald Trump threatened Turkey (NATO ally) to destroy its economy if Ankara takes any action in Syria that he considered “off-limits”. Leaders from both parties and both houses of Congress joined in the criticism. The United States began pulling troops back from the northeast Syrian border giving Turkey a green light to move into the area who has repeatedly threatened to carry out invasion in the same region.
US President Donald Trump told a news conference after attending the United Nations General Assembly, that he has encouraged Pakistan and India to ‘work it out’. “I said, ‘Fellas, work it out. Just work it out’,” he said. Trump encouraged the neighbouring nuclear states to work out their differences in separate meetings with their prime ministers this week.