By Earnest Jones  |  10-18-2016   News
Photo credit: Flickr / Gage Skidmore

The Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has vowed to improve the relations between U.S. and India, Trump promised that India and U.S. would be best friends if he wins the presidential elections; this relation would aid India in the fight against Islamic militia by providing intelligence sharing amongst the two nations. The Republican nominee Donald Trump said this as he was addressing a crowd in an event aimed at raising money for terror victims; the event was sponsored by the Republican Hindu Coalition. The event was colorful and lively as Bollywood performers danced in their traditional costumes.

Donald Trump made a statement saying that if he is elected, the Hindu and Indian community will have a trustworthy friend in the White House; Trump went ahead and promised the crowd present at the event. The real estate mogul emphasized that he has two massive properties in India.

Narendra Modi who is the Prime Minister of India has a relationship with the current president of the United States Barrack Obama; Obama is a Democrat who is in support of Hillary Clinton during the upcoming elections on the November 8.

In a statement by Donald Trump, he promised that him and the Indian Government will defeat the Islamic terrorism one he is president. Trump added that U.S. and India will co-operate in sharing intelligence and maintaining security for both countries.

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