Trump may seek India’s help in dealing with Pak’s ‘semi-unstable’ nukes


Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump on Thursday hinted at seeking help from India and others to address the “problem” of what he described as a “semi-unstable” nuclear-armed Pakistan.Trump’s such a remark came during a town-hall in Indianapolis in response to a question on how he would deal with countries like Pakistan which has sometimes “double dealt” with the US.”We’ve given them (Pakistan) money and they’ve double dealt us,” the interviewer said.”Yes, but the problem with Pakistan, where they have nuclear weapons — which is a real problem,” Trump said.


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