US President Donald Trump has but once more showered praises on Prime Minister Narendra Modi and applauded him for his work. “Prime Minister Modi is a friend of mine and he’s doing a very good job. Nothing easy, but he’s done a very good job,” he stated as he rollected his historic handle on the ‘Howdy Modi’ occasion in Houston final September.
“We had an event in Houston, as you know. And it was a fantastic event. I was invited by Prime Minister Modi and this was a massive (event)… And it was incredible. And the prime minister could not have been more generous. We have great support from India. We have great support from Prime Minister Modi,” Trump stated.
Trump then referred to his India go to early this yr in February earlier than the coronavirus pandemic hit the 2 nations. “I also, as you know, went to India just prior to the pandemic setting in because India has been hit very hard, left really about a week before that, and we had an incredible time. What we saw the people are so incredible it’s really an incredible place, an incredible country and its definitely big,” he stated. “But you’ve got a great leader and he’s a great person,” Trump stated.
Highlighting the nice relationship that he has developed with Indian Americans and Prime Minister Narendra Modi, US President Donald Trump stated that he would suppose that Indian Americans would vote for him within the November three presidential election.
“We have great support from India. We have great support from Prime Minister Modi. I would think that the Indian (American) people would be voting for Trump,” the president instructed reporters at a White House information convention.
Trump was responding to a query on a video titled, “Four more years” launched by the Trump Campaign throughout the Republican National Convention final month. Tweeted by Kimberly Guilfoyle, nationwide chair of Trump Victory Finance Committee and retweeted by his son Donald Trump Jr, the video conceptualised by Al Mason, co-chair of the Trump Victory Indian American Finance Committee, has brief clips from the Modi-Trump joint handle in Houston final yr and Ahmedabad in February this yr.
“Would Kimberly, Don Jr., and Ivanka Trump, who are very popular among Indian Americans, would be campaigning on your behalf among the Indian Americans with your views on India-US relationship?” he was requested.
“I know India and I understood those young people (Kimberley, Donald J Trump Jr and Ivanka) that you mentioned. They’re very good young people. And I know their relationship with India is very good and so is mine,” Trump stated.
(With PTI inputs)