Imran Khan says meeting President Donald Trump would be a 'bitter pill' to swallow
Famed cricketer turned politician Imran Khan says meeting US President Donald Trump would be a 'bitter pill' to swallow should he become Pakistan's prime minister in elections later this year, but added 'I would meet him.'
Islamabad: Famed cricketer turned politician Imran Khan says meeting US President Donald Trump would be a "bitter pill" to swallow should he become Pakistan's prime minister in elections later this year, but added "I would meet him."
In a press briefing on Sunday, Khan, who has an international reputation as a ladies man and at home is seen more as a religious conservative, said he has been a staunch opponent of Pakistan's participation in the war on terror since it began in 2001 following the 9/11 attacks on the US.
"Pakistan had nothing to do with it," he said, adding he supported co-operation with the United States but not co-
opting Pakistan's military into a ground battle with its own people in the tribal regions that border Afghanistan and where Afghan insurgents hide.
The pattern is corroded and not in perfect condition because it was buried at the site of the original Mint. There are some scratches and other marks on its brown surfaces.
Zimbabwe vs Pakistan: Shaheen Shah Afridi and Hasan Ali help visitors seize control of first Test on opening day
Hasan finished with 4-53 while Afridi grabbed 4-43 as Zimbabwe were dismissed for a paltry 176, with the Pakistani openers then stitching an unbeaten 103-run stand.
Highlights, Zimbabwe vs Pakistan 1st Test, Day 3 in Harare, Full Cricket Score: Visitors win by an innings and 116 runs
Follow live score and commentary from Day 3 of the first Test between Zimbabwe and Pakistan.