The horrifying terror attack in Jammu and Kashmir's Pulwama has left the whole nation in a state of shock. Over 40 Jawans of the Indian Army were martyred in the attack committed by a suicide bomber and left many injured. Amid the chaos and nationwide outrage, on Tuesday, US President Donald Trump shared his two cents on the terror attack. The attack, which was reportedly carried out by the Jaish-e-Mohammad group, has been described by Trump as a 'horrible situation.'
"I have watched. I have got a lot of reports on it. We will have a comment (on it) at an appropriate time. It would be wonderful if they (India and Pakistan) get along," Trump said in response to a question at the Oval Office of White House. "That (the terrorist attack) was a horrible situation. We are getting reports. We will have a statement to put out," Trump further added.
At a different news conference, Robert Palladino, the Deputy Spokesperson, U.S. Department of State, had said that they are in the loop with the Indian government "to express not only our condolences but our strong support."
"We urge Pakistan to fully cooperate with the investigation into the attack and to punish anyone responsible," Palladino said.