Amid escalating tensions with the new-found rival Iran, President Donald Trump has introduced a new set of, what he calls the harshest ever restriction on the Iranian military might, and banned Iranian surface-to-air missile from shooting down US spy drones.
“The new restrictions will cripple Iranian missiles from aiming at our spy drones,” President Donald Trump tweeted on Monday.
He said he was also thinking to ban the Iranian clerics from calling him ‘the biggest Satan’. In this regards, his consultants said that he should take the services of Pakistani speakers Asad Qaiser and Qasim Suri, who would tutor him the art of avoiding the banned words.
Recently, Qasim Suri banned legislators from calling Imran Khan a selected prime minister.
“If Qasim Suri rules that no one is allowed to call Trump the great Satan, it will work,” said a CNN broadcaster, who has a deep interest in Pakistani affairs.
Meanwhile, Speaker Asad Qaiser said that Donald Trump should let the people call him great Satan, but at the end of the day, he should ask his press squads to ‘expunge’ the unwanted words.
Also, Donald Trump has asked the military deployment in the Gulf region to be cocked and loaded for few minutes every day, so that the world knows that Americans are always ready to escalate and deescalate the situation.
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