Modi is playing cards to get the support of Indians living in the United States At the moment, the number of influential Indian-Americans in the United States is 2 million Which is important enough for voting Trump’s Republican Party is singing Trump’s song of friendship with Modi to get the support of all of them. To this end, the party has released a video where the emphasis is on the Modi-Trump alliance
Trump posted a 106-second video titled Four More Years, which began with footage of Modi walking hand in hand with him. Footage of the meeting between the two heads of state at the NRG Stadium in Houston was used during Modi’s visit to the United States.
On the other hand, during US President Trump’s visit to India, Trump addressed a large crowd in Ahmedabad. He was accompanied by his wife Melania and daughter Ivanka and son-in-law Gerard V.
India-US relations are very good And he’s got enough support from Indo-Americans, Republicans said in the video. Kimberly Guilfoil, a member of the Trump Victory Finance Committee, also tweeted the video.
Indo-Americans are backing President Trump, who is running for a second term in the US presidential election. After posting this video, it got 6 thousand views on Twitter
During Modi’s visit to the US last year, about 50,000 Indians appeared there There, Modi said he had regular contacts with Trump and that they had a friendship
Modi is very popular with Indo-Americans His meetings in Madison Square Garden in 2015 and later in Silicon Valley were well attended. Besides, there was Howdy Modi Campaign 6 in support of Modi
The video released during Trump’s election campaign used footage of the tour to illustrate the Modi-Trump relationship. The video shows Modi saying, “I’m introducing Trump to my family.” This is how Modi announced Trump’s role in front of a huge crowd during Trump’s visit to India!
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In total, Democrats have the support of Indo-Americans in the US presidential election But gradually it has changed Much Indian descents now vote for Trump’s Republican Party Republicans want to increase that vote count with Trump’s message of friendship with Modi.
Democrat Kamala Harris, a Democrat, is running for vice president. Naturally, Trump and his Republican Party want Indo-Americans to cross the line in this election by relying on Modi.