China Is Building Its Second Foreign Military Base In Pakistan Amid US Diplomatic Scandal | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


China Is Building Its Second Foreign Military Base In Pakistan Amid US Diplomatic Scandal

America’s declining influence in the Middle East and the Pacific Rim has been in hyperdrive this week following President Trump’s tweetstorm against Pakistan.

On New Year's day, Trump unleashed a series of tweets accusing Pakistan of harboring terrorists, and went so far as to threaten cutting off the country’s financial aid. To make matters worse, U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley, also accused Pakistan of playing “a double game for years,” and said President Trump would withhold $225 million in aid to the country.

Trump’s tweetstorm did not impress the Pakistani government: in response, it announced that it would be evicting some 1.4 million Afghan refugees from the country later this month. The Pakistani government also announced closer ties with China, and would ditch the dollar in bilateral trade with China, a move that has threatened Washington’s diplomatic relations with Pakistan.

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We backed a....

Ethan Allen and...

moron.

Many of those refugees....

Ethan Allen and...

will die if they have to go back in the dead of winter. The men who survive will join the Taliban and fight US troops. If Pakistan closes the supply routes we will lose an army and its equipment.
Trump can not for see the results of his tantrum tweets. That is a sign of low intelligence,not genius.

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