“PM Modi Great friend of Mine, Indian-Americans Would Vote for Me”: Trump

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As the elections are approaching in November in the US, President Trump is leaving no stone unturned to get his citizens’ votes. It is a known fact that a significant portion of the votes come from the Indian- American community. Their votes are an important deciding factor for who will be elected as the new President of America.

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Trump, in a White House news conference, said that India has always been generous support and that during his tenure, he has developed good relations with Indian PM Modi. He also said that he is sure of Indian-American Vote bank. He praised Modi as a great leader and said that he was confident that the Indian-Americans would vote for him.

Recollecting his historic address at the ‘Howdy Mody’ event, and said that Modi had done a commendable job in his eyes, and whatever work he has done is not easy. He also spoke about his India visit and said that the people of India are incredible.

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