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USA $255 Million DENIED for Pakistan, They’re Refusal to Stop Funding & Giving Refuge to Terrorists!

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It is so refreshing to hear clarity being shouted again from America’s
leadership, as for so long, truth appeared to be lost. President Donald Trump
has been leading America in such a way, that the international community cannot
help but turn their heads to take note that things are no longer as they once
were. What was accepted as normal will no longer be tolerated.  This couldn’t be truer than when witnessing
the bold words that are being shared from
U.S.
Ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki Haley
, when speaking about crises that are happening
throughout the international community.
In a press
conference at the United Nations, Ambassador Haley spoke about America’s
decision to pull the funding that has previously been given to Pakistan. “The
Administration is withholding $255 Million in assistance to Pakistan.”
She
continues to address the reasons as to why. “Pakistan has played a double
game for years. They work with us at times, and they also harbor the terrorists
that attack our troops in Afghanistan. That game is not acceptable to this Administration.”
This is
simply common sense. We need to protect those who are fighting to protect our
freedom in America, our sons and daughters in our military. This is such a
refreshing sight to see leadership standing boldly for truth. See the full
conversation about what is taking place in this hour, as well as Ambassador
Haley’s full comments, and so much more. Also shared in this segment: United
Nations, President Donald Trump, U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki
Haley, Senator Rand Paul, Mexico Border Wall, and Pakistan. Greg and John
shared in this segment.
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