US President Donald Trump during a joint press conference with Pakistan PM Imran Khan asked the journalist, "Are you a member of his (Imran's) team." After the reporter's question on Kashmir, Trump responded by saying, "Yours is not a question but a statement"

NEW YORK: As Donald Trump tried to walk a delicate line between his rousing endorsement of India on Sunday and trying not to offend Pakistan, whose help the US needs in Afghanistan, Pakistani reporters surpassed Imran Khan in flattery and trying to put words into the US President’s mouth.

Trump smacked down on one reporter who came up with a lengthy preface describing India as an aggressor and Pakistan as a peace maker, asking Khan “Where do you find reporters like this?” “Are you from his (Imran Khan) team? You are saying things that you think. Yours is not a question but a statement,” Trump said.

When another reporter tried flattery saying Trump will be deserving a Nobel Prize if he resolved the Kashmir issue, he replied, “I think I’m going to get a Nobel Prize for a lot of things if they gave it out fairly, which they don’t. They gave one to Obama...”