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The News Minute | January 15, 2015 | 03:03 pm IST US Secretary of State John Kerry was on a two-day visit to Pakistan for a strategic dialogue when on Tuesday he went to a Dunkin Donuts store in Islamabad to get a 'little slice of home'.  He tweeted a photograph of him in the store. A little slice of home here in #Islamabad: @DunkinDonuts to start the day. pic.twitter.com/IOo0wlemTD — John Kerry (@JohnKerry) January 13, 2015 Kerry soon became the target of internet trolls who mocked his decision to go to a Dunkin Donuts store instead of opting for a traditional Pakistani breakfast.  He skipped the kebabs for this. Bah, Amreekis MT @JohnKerry:A little slice of home here in #Islamabad: @DunkinDonuts pic.twitter.com/rFE9usAt0e” — Jeanette Rodrigues (@Darkwyr) January 13, 2015 @Darkwyr @SullivanTimAP Reminds me of when I visited a small Irish brewery. At the bar after the tour, an American tourist asked for a Bud. — Edward Anderson (@edanderson101) January 13, 2015 @JohnKerry @Shahidmasooddr @DunkinDonuts little slice of home? Did u forget about drones? — AR Malik (@iArMalik) January 13, 2015 So this is what people died for? .@JohnKerry A little slice of home here in #Islamabad DunkinDonuts to start the day pic.twitter.com/ddeIvaonhK — Dara de Brún (@DaraDeBrun) January 13, 2015 @JohnKerry @MazzyK @DunkinDonuts American Colonialism - Gotta love it! — Scarlet Wilde (@wilde) January 13, 2015 What? John Kerry had Dunkin Donuts breakfast in Pakistan? Where did all that halwa puris and pathan k parathey go? — Aisha (@HariMirchein) January 13, 2015 John Kerry is at a Dunkin Donuts somewhere in Pakistan. Somewhere in Pakistan, PM Sharif is eating Halwa Poori alone. pic.twitter.com/FFhawtqa12 — Shaheryar Mirza (@mirza9) January 13, 2015 @JohnKerry @DunkinDonuts i am of opinion u should have started with naan, channay and siri paye and halwa puri. — hasham sarwar (@hashamsarwar) January 13, 2015 @JohnKerry You go all the way to Pakistan and eat Dunkin Donuts? You are a rube. — Franklin Harris (@FranklinH3000) January 13, 2015 Tweet Follow @thenewsminute
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