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Donald Trump- Former US President Donald Trump has said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is “doing a great job” and that India has “no better friends”. Trump made the comments in an interview with NDTV. This time they talk about their relationship with India and Modi, their ownership over the FBI, the presidential election and Capitol Hill. “I have a very good relationship with India and PM Modi. Great person and doing a great job,” said Trump, who had a close relationship with the Indian PM during his presidency from 2017 to 2021.
“Bharat ka I never have good friends”
“India is doing a good job under the leadership of your great PDM, my friends,” said Trump, who met Modi no less than four times after his election in India in 2019. During your tenure in Republican Trump’s White House, India’s best friends emerged and relationships went to a new level. They were very good friends with PM Modi who was observed to have jointly addressed two rallies in less than a year in America and India. Trump is now focused on the 2024 presidential election. He said, “I feel like I don’t have any good friends in India. It’s a relationship between them, you know about what I’ve built, but my president’s position in India is among my best friends. There are none.
Balakot supported surgical strikes
Asked whether his relationship was better than the one created by former President Barack Obama or the relationship created by the current president, Trump said, “You ask PM Modi, I don’t think. Better relationship than any other.” Will President Trump stand by Joy? During the Trump administration there has been a very fast pace on India-US strategy. Washington supported New Delhi when India bombed terrorist training camps in Pakistan’s Balakot after the Pulwama attack.
The ‘Namaste Trump’ and “Howdy, Model” programs are historic
President Trump will be joined by PPM Modi at the historic “Howdy, Model” ceremony at NRG Stadium in Houston where Trump also addressed a large crowd of 50,000 Indian-Americans in September 2019. Within a year, Trump Neddy was given a triumphant welcome on a visit to his home state of Gujarat. Both the leaders addressed a large gathering at the ‘Namaste Trump’ program at the Motera Stadium in Nehabad. He may run for president again in 2024. “I would like to see him as any president,” he said.
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