& # 39; He is like an American version of Elvis! & # 39; Donald Trump praises Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi as & # 39; father of India & # 39; but mutilates his nationality during the U.N. meeting
- Donald Trump praised his new BFF Narendra Modi as & # 39; an American version of Elvis & # 39; – a nationality change for the Indian Prime Minister
- & # 39; People went crazy, that was just Elvis. He is like an American version of Elvis, & T 39 said about an event that he and Modi attended Sunday in Texas
- The president and the prime minister have developed a close friendship
Donald Trump on Tuesday praised his new BFF Narendra Modi as & # 39; an American version of Elvis & # 39; – a change of nationality for the Indian Prime Minister.
The president also described Modi as the & # 39; father of India & # 39; and he spoke warmly about an event that the two men attended together on Sunday in Houston, Texas.
And that's where he maimed the nationality of his fellow world leader when he compared him to the legendary American rock star.
& # 39; There was a great spirit in that room. They love this gentleman on my right. People went crazy, that was just Elvis. He is like an American version of Elvis, & said Trump during a bilateral meeting with Modi at the United Nations General Assembly.
& # 39; Elvis Presley came back, & # 39; the president added.
Donald Trump praised his new BFF Narendra Modi as & # 39; an American version of Elvis & # 39; – a nationality change for the Indian Prime Minister
Trump compared the Indian Prime Minister with an American rock star
The president and the prime minister have developed a close friendship.
Trump came to a United Nations climate summit on Monday to hear Modi speak – an event he was not attending and where his visit was unexpected.
The two also sat at the same table during a UN lunch on Tuesday.
& # 39; My personal chemistry is as good as it gets & # 39 ;, Trump told reporters Tuesday of Modi. & # 39; I have a lot of respect, I have a lot of management and I really like him. That is something else. He is a great gentleman and a great leader. & # 39;
He added: & # 39; I remember that India was torn earlier. There was much disagreement, fighting and he brought it all together. Like a father would put it together. Maybe he is the father of India. & # 39;
But Modi has its critics – including protesters who attended that event in Houston on Sunday – who are critical of alleged human rights violations in Kashmir and parts of India.
During Sunday's event, Trump and Modi walked hand in hand, waving at the crowd of over 50,000 Native American Americans during a rally called & # 39; Howdy Modi & # 39 ;.
For his part, Modi made it clear that he supports the president during the Sunday meeting, Congratulate Trump on a strong economy, good foreign relations initiatives and the celebration of the White House President of Diwali.
Modi said that Trump has always been friendly, warm and accessible – words with which not many other world leaders have described this president.
& # 39; I admire him for something more: his sense of freedom, his passion for America, a belief in the American future and a strong determination to make the Americans great again & # 39 ;, Modi celebrated relying on the 2016 campaign slogan of the president.
The president and the prime minister have developed a close friendship
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi praised abundantly at Donald Trump during a massive rally-like event in Houston, Texas on Sunday
During the rally-like event, those present waved Indian and American flags and clapped heartily in front of the American president, who grinned everywhere at Modi & # 39; s.
Trump answered Modi & # 39; s praise and said that India & # 39; has never had a better friend & # 39; then he.
& # 39; Under the leadership of PM Modi, the world is witnessing a strong, sovereign republic of India & # 39 ;, he told those who had gathered at NRG Stadium on Sunday afternoon.
In addition, Trump has offered to assist India and Pakistan in resolving their dispute over the territory of Kashmir, an offer that neither country has accepted.
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