DEFENCE Minister Chaudhry Ahmed Mukhtar Wednesday said that US President George W Bush had displeasure over the role of Pakistan's premier intelligence agency, the ISI. In an interview with a private TV channel, Mukhtar said President Bush had expressed reservations on the role of 'some elements at some level in the ISI'. Mukhtar said a number of significant matters came under discussion during the meeting with President Bush. "President Bush had complained that actionable intelligence shared with Pakistan got leaked much before its due time," he said, adding that President Bush also questioned as to 'who is in control of ISI'. According to Mukhtar, Bush said the role of some elements in the ISI was doubtful as the US had complained that some very important information provided to Pakistan leaked out before time. The Defence Minister said during the meeting the American President assured full US cooperation to Pakistan. President Bush and his team appreciated Pak role in the war on terror, he added. Mukhtar said prior to his meeting with Bush he believed that the US was not cooperating with Pakistan. "War on terror is our own war and we have given the sacrifice of Benazir Bhutto in this war. We shall fight this war and win it," the Defence Minister added.