After the tweet, Pakistan's Asif Tweeted: "We will respond to President Trump's Tweet shortly inshallah..."
Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif said Pakistan has already refused to "do more" for the United States.
Asif added that Pakistan did not need USA aid.
Hours after Trump's tweet a top White House official confirmed that Washington has indeed chose to block $255 million aid to Islamabad.
The Express Tribune called it a "New Year's bashing", and said that the "rap" had "raised alarm bells" in Pakistan. It also quoted politicians as saying that the United States has failed for 16 years in Afghanistan, and must not use Pakistan as an excuse.
The minister reiterated that Pakistan is capable to defend its soil, and also said that we will not allow Afghan war to be fought on Pakistan's soil.
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Vice President Mike Pence in a surprise visit to Afghanistan on December 22 said the US administration was putting Pakistan on notice to end its support for Taliban insurgents, a comment that generated a chorus of criticism from the Pakistani civilian and military establishment, which has denied harboring Afghan militants.
Dastagir said that Pakistan could gain nothing from the US.
Much of the money Pakistan has received from the USA has been through its Coalition Support Funds which gives money to its coalition partners in Afghanistan and Iraq. "They give safe havens to the terrorists we hunt in Afghanistan, with little help".
"Pakistan is ready to publicly provide every detail of the U.S. aid that it has received over the last 15 years", the minister said.
Ghafoor denied that Pakistan allowed training camps or organizational headquarters on its territory.
The payment has been on hold since August, out of the Trump administration's insistence that Pakistan do more to crack down on extremists who threaten Afghanistan.
"US must disengage with Pakistan and its terrorist army, it should stop giving funds to Pakistan, impose a travel ban on them, limit the global reach of Pakistani banks and isolate Pak from worldwide financial system", ANI quoted World Baloch Women Forum (WBWF)'s Naela Quadri Baloch as saying.