WASHINGTON (Online) - US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton did not warn Islamabad of 'severe consequences in case of a terrorist attack inside the US were to be have its foot print in Pakistan, two top officials of the State Department said on Monday. I dont think she said that, Assistant Secretary of State for Public Affairs PJ Crowley told reporters when asked about a statement given by Clinton in an interview to the CBS news. I think she (Clinton) was responding to a hypothetical question that the United States, would take seriously any link to a foreign country where there are successful terrorist attacks. Shes not singling out any one country in particular, Crowley asserted. Similarly, US Special Representative for Pakistan and Afghanistan Richard Holbrooke while addressing the media at Washington Foreign Press Centre said CBS edited the interview and did not show the entire portion. As a result, the quotes appeared to be different than what the secretary of state actually meant. Holbrooke also said the US aid to Pakistan would be impacted as a result of recent developments; consequent of the investigations according to which Pakistani Taliban was responsible for the failed Times Square bombing attempt. She herself praised the Pakistan government for what it has done. And so, I urge you not to react to a misrepresentation of what she said, although I think that happens from time to time, Holbrooke said asking journalists to get in touch with the State Department spokesman for full unedited transcripts of the interview. According to an as-aired transcript of the interview released by the State Department, Clinton was asked: Even in light of the Times Square bomber, you are comfortable with the cooperation youre getting from the Pakistani Government? Clinton answered: "Well, no, I didnt say that. I said that weve gotten more cooperation and its been a real sea change in the commitment weve seen from the Pakistani government. We want more. We expect more." Weve made it very clear that if, heaven forbid, an attack like this that we can trace back to Pakistan was to have been successful, there would be very severe consequences. Observing that Clintons quotes were not been taken in proper context, Holbrook said, I think that perhaps it was not fully understood for what she was saying by some people who didnt see the full text or didnt appreciate what she was saying. And of course, it was an edited interview.