Gunster Strategies Worldwide handled Pakistan politician Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari's trip to Washington this week to meet with the city's movers & shakers.
The 29-year-old chairman of the Pakistan People's Party is the son of his country's former prime minister Benazir Bhutto, who was assassinated a decade ago, and president Asif Ali Zardari.
Bhutto addressed the Woodrow Wilson Institute and National Prayer Breakfast, where he highlghted the spread of democracy as the best way to defeat extremism.
He also talked about how globalization forces nations to unite to face the challenges of terrorism, inequality and climate change.
President Trump via Twitter last month criticized Pakistan, which has received $33B in US aid during the past 15 years, for providing a "safe haven for terrorists."
Bhutto called Trump's tweet "deeply hurtful to the people of Pakistan."
GSW charged a $100K fee for its work under an agreement that runs until March 2.
The firm, which has offices in DC, London and Cairo, rebranded in December from Goddard Gunster. It named Jim Hoffmann managing director, Indo, Asia-Pacific on Jan. 22.