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U.S. President Donald Trump praised Pakistan for the release of long-held American hostages. He also offered prayers for victims of the Las Vegas shooting and recent hurricanes. (Oct. 13)
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News video: Trump hails rescue of U.S.-Canadian family in Pakistan

Trump hails rescue of U.S.-Canadian family in Pakistan 01:08

President Donald Trump said on Thursday that Pakistan's cooperation in securing the release of a U.S.-Canadian couple and their children who had been held by the Taliban-linked Haqqani network signaled a new respect for the United States by Islamabad. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

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