US President Donald Trump


US Sees No Threat In North Korea Missile Test

US President Donald Trump said he had very good relationship with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and that the missile test by North Korea wasn’t aimed at the US.

North Korea missile test

Pyongyang fired two short-range missiles into the Sea of Japan also called the East Sea. North Korea said that the missile launch was a warning to the South Korea that was importing weapons and conducting joint military drills especially with US.

It was the first missile test since Trump met Kim last month and the two leaders agreed to revive the denuclearization talks. The talks stalled last after a failed summit between the two leaders in February 2019.

Trump’s stand on North Korea

US President Trump doesn’t see North Korea’s missile test as a threat to America. He said that they were standard missiles and many countries have those missiles. America was watching the developments, maintained Trump. He categorically said that the issue between North and South Korea is a bilateral one. Also, he stressed the point that Kim didn’t mention that the missiles were for US.

UN’s stand on North Korea

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Imran Khan And Team Comprising Top Generals Reach US For July 22 Meeting

Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan arrived in Washington but this time with Chief of the Army Staff General Qamar JavedBajwa and the director-general of Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) Faiz Hameed and Advisor to Prime Minister for Commerce Abdul Razzak Dawood.

This is the first time in history of Pakistan that a PM arrives with two top serving military generals for a bilateral meeting with US President.

Trump Khan meeting

Imran Khan landed in the US for a 3-day official visit with US President Donald Trump. The Trump Khan meeting would take place on July 22 and the two leaders are expected to discuss issues including Afghanistan and peace in South Asian region. Pakistan PM would outline his vision for “Naya Pakistan” during his various engagements in Washington.

Qamar JavedBajwa will meet US Defense Secretary Patrick M. Shanahan, the new chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen Mark Milley and other senior officials in the Pentagon.

Pak US relationship

The bilateral relationship of Pakistan and US took a plunge when Trump struck down USD 1.3 billion aid to Pakistan following the 14 February Pulwama attack on Indian territory. The US President categorically said that the aid would remain suspended until Pakistan takes … Read the rest


Overall Support For Donald Trump Remains Unaffected From His Racial Remarks

The US President Donald Trump enjoys firm support of Republicans even after facing flak for his racial tweet against four minority Democratic congresswomen.

Reuters conducted an online poll opinion in England and declared that support for Donald Trump has increased by 5 percentage points to 72% in comparison to similar poll conducted last week. But the net approval – the percentage of approval mins the percentage of disapproval – is down by 2 points among Democrats.

But Trump’s overall performance remained stable over the past week, according to poll results. 41% of the US voters still support Trump but 55% of voters disapproved Trump for his actions.

Donald Trump is seeking re-election next year but his recent racial comment against minority community made him unpopular among Democrats and Independents. The poll results show that 3 out of 10 Independents support Trump against 4 out of 10 a week ago.

“go back and help fix the totally broken and crime infested places from which they came” tweeted Trump.

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York, Ilhan Omar of Minnesota, Ayanna Pressley of Massachusetts and Rashida Tlaib of Michigan are the women Democrats mentioned by Trump. They are US citizen andthree are born in … Read the rest