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Help us in getting them on table: Trump in letter to Imran Khan

Not too long ago when Trump had a different views about its strategic partner in Asia and he blamed Pakistan for not doing anything against the dollars in aid given to Pakistan. In reply to which Newly resumed premier without waiting instantly replied his tweets and asked Trump to rectify his records.

Though Pakistan Premier is criticized for making his thoughts so frequently and instantly but this time Trump copied him and took a U Turn

However Pentagon never second Trump view point and stated Pakistan as critical strategic partner in this region. In span of around 3 weeks Trump wrote a letter to Pakistan Prime Minister and here is what he has said:

US President Donald Trump on Monday has written a letter to Prime Minister Imran Khan, seeking Pakistan help to bring Taliban leadership on the negotiation table.

According to the media reports, Prime Minister Imran, in a meeting with TV anchors and reporters in Islamabad, informed that he received a letter from the US president earlier today, sought Pakistan’s help in solving Afghan mess.

In the letter, the US president has asked Pakistan to play its role in Afghanistan peace talks which are aimed to end the 17-year invasion of Afghanistan by US troops.

It is pertinent to mention here that on November 19, US President Donald Trump defended his administration’s decision to stop hundreds of millions of dollars in military aid to Pakistan, saying the country does not do “a damn thing” for the US and its government had helped Al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden hide near its city.

Prime Minister Imran Khan hit back at President Donald Trump’s statement and said,”Record needs to be put straight.”

PM Imran also asked Trump to stop making Pakistan a scapegoat and “do an honest assessment of why, despite 140,000 NATO troops plus 250,000 Afghan troops and reportedly $1 trillion spent on the war in Afghanistan, the Taliban today are stronger than before.”

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Over a year, US- Canada Trade talks: NAFTA resolved

Its been more than a year for US and Canada for been in trade negotiations with eccentric attributes perhaps resolved now. What exactly they were expecting from the negotiation table before leaving was to conclude ToRs of trade. An acrimonious 12 months correspondence that had resulted fruitful outcome.

What actually full text the outcome was before leaving experts little time on Sunday to pore over the specifics on which the deal will ultimately be judged. It was indeed a dedicated effort from Canadian PM which he did achieve a long-sought goal. convincing U.S. President Donald Trump to preserve a trade accord Trump has repeatedly threatened to terminate

It’s a good day for Canada,” Trudeau said as he left a late-night cabinet meeting in Ottawa, declining to take questions. On Twitter, he said, “A good day for Canada & our closest trading partners. More tomorrow…”

Trump, meanwhile, began touting the deal as a fulfilment of his campaign promise to secure a better arrangement for American workers.

“It’s a great win for the president and a validation of his strategy in the area of international trade,” said a senior Trump administration official, saying it includes a “host of provisions that will rebalance our trade relationship with Mexico and Canada.”

‘Several demise’ after storm of bullets fired at video game tournament in Jacksonville FL

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What we know now

• What happened: A shooting occurred during a Madden 19 Tournament in Jacksonville, Florida, according to the Twitter page of CompLexity Gaming, one of the gaming teams.

• The victims: The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office says there are “multiple fatalities” at the scene.

• The suspect: “One suspect is dead at the scene,” the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office tweeted.

Multiple people have been shot and killed at the live streaming of a new video game in Florida, police have said.

Gunfire was reported at the GLHF Game Bar in Jacksonville Landing in the centre of Jacksonville at around 2pm. Local media said as many as 11 people may have been hit

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Mass shooting at the Jacksonville Landing. Stay far away from the area. The area is not safe at this time. STAY AWAY,” the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office said in a tweet.

“Multiple fatalities at the scene, many transported,” the sheriff’s office later tweeted. “We can’t stress enough to stay away. Many blocks away.”

One suspect is dead at the scene, and it was unknown if there was a second shooter, the sheriff’s office said. A search was underway.

Authorities asked that people hiding in the area call 911 so police can get them out.

“We are finding many people hiding in locked areas at The Landing,” the sheriff’s office said. “We ask you to stay calm, stay where you are hiding. SWAT is doing a methodical search inside The Landing. We will get to you. Please don’t come running out.”

A live feed from the tournament was underway when the shooting took place, and the audio feed is interrupted by the sound of several gunshots.

New Govt wants US to rectify statement issued by US State Department: Foreign Minister

Pakistan – Pakistan has called for the United States to amend what its foreign ministry described as a “factually incorrect” account of a phone call between U.S. Secretary of State Michael R. Pompeo and new Prime Minister Imran Khan.

The row comes ahead of a planned visit by Pompeo to Islamabad in the first week of September to meet with Khan, who was sworn in as prime minister last week.

The U.S. State Department readout of the call said Pompeo wished Khan success and also asked Khan to take “decisive action against all terrorists operating in Pakistan”.

U.S. officials regularly raise the issue of Taliban and other militants operating from safe havens in Pakistan, where they plot attacks on U.S. and Afghan troops across the border.

Pakistan regularly denies that the Afghan Taliban operates from its soil.

And overnight on Thursday, Pakistan’s foreign ministry asserted that the issue of militants never came up in the phone call between Pompeo and Khan.

“Pakistan takes exception to the factually incorrect statement issued by U.S. State Dept on today’s phone call,” the spokesman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said on Twitter.

“There was no mention at all in the conversation about terrorists operating in Pakistan. This should be immediately corrected.”

The U.S. embassy in Islamabad could not immediately be reached for comment.

Pompeo is expected in Islamabad on September 5, and is likely to be the first foreign dignitary to meet with Khan since he was sworn in.

Khan is well known for his criticism of U.S. military policy in Afghanistan, but he said after winning elections last week that he seeks better relations with the United States after a series of aid cuts and the suspension of U.S. military training.

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Noah’s thinks President Trump & PM Imran Khan share dupe attributes

South African comedian Trevor Noah has compared Pakistan’s would-be prime minister Imran Khan to US President Donald Trump, stressing that the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief’s background story was “unnervingly similar” to that of Trump’s, wherein the two belonged to privileged families and were known for their good looks.

In the latest episode of Noah’s show, the comedian compared Pakistan’s Prime Minister-elect, Imran Khan to the US President Donald Trump. Noah stressed that Khan’s background story is eerily similar to that of Trump’s, wherein the two belonged to privileged families and were known for their good looks.

In a throwback interview presented on the show, Khan describes his lavish lair to “not be that lavish” after all. Instead, he says that he has tried to make it “comfortable” for himself. Noah then points out at a picture of Khan’s old bedroom that he believes is a “part of Pakistan’s Trump Tower”.

Calling Khan an “even more tan version of Trump,” the 34-year-old TV host added that media outlets portray Khan and Trump similarly as well. One clip from the show features a political commentator stating that Khan seems to contradict himself during speeches — something the US President has also often been accused of.

Noah also went ahead to compare Trump and Khan’s career choices, stating that “while was Trump was doing pizza ads, Khan was promoting Pepsi”. Noah joked, “Trump has three marriages in the tabloid, so did Khan. Trump thinks Islam is bad, Khan lives is Islamabad.”

He also pointed out that shortly before the two were elected in their respective countries, they were both embroiled in sexual harassment scandals. Noah also spoke of the similarity of words in Trump’s and Khan’s interviews.

Noah concluded with yet another joke, saying, “I don’t know if Prime Minister Khan will turn out to be exactly like President Trump. All I’m saying is that if you’re planning to move to Pakistan to escape Trump, you might want to pick some place else.”