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Watch: President Trump Appears To Claim That Pakistan Is In The Middle East

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Watch: President Trump Appears To Claim That Pakistan Is In The Middle East

Watch: President Trump Appears To Claim That Pakistan Is In The Middle East

During a meeting with border patrol officials on Jan.

11, 2019, President Donald Trump appeared to imply that Pakistan is in the Middle East despite the fact that the nuclear-armed country and occasional U.S. ally is in South Asia.

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