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Crowd in US post-Indian experience fails to impress Trump

'This is a big crowd... but I just got back from 140/50/60 thousand people,' Trump said at a rally in South Carolina, still in awe of India

Fresh from his visit to India, US President Donald Trump was today underwhelmed by the crowd at one of his election campaigns. Still showering wholesome praise on India, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the huge crowds in Ahmedabad and Agra that turned up to welcome him, Trump said, “And we had an amazing thing. And I went in, and here’s the problem. This is a big crowd. And normally I like talking about my crowds because I get the crowds like nobody, but I just got back from one hundred forty, fifty or sixty thousand people and now I’m coming here.”

The US president was addressing a in South Carolina on Saturday. He spoke of the Motera Stadium in Ahmedabad, where more than a lakh people turned up to see and hear him along with Prime Minister Narendra Modi whom the US president calls a “great guy” who is “loved by the people of India”.

Recalling the “Namaste Trump” event in Gujarat, the US president said, “I may never be excited again about a crowd after going to India. Think of this, they have 1.5 billion people. We have 350 (million?), so we’re doing pretty well, I’ll tell you what, but I love this crowd, and I love that crowd too… That was really a worthwhile trip.”

Trump, accompanied by Melania Trump and a high-level delegation, was in India on 24 and 25 February. His first stop was Ahmedabad after which he went to see the Taj Mahal in ’s Agra.

Delhi was the last stop for President Trump and the US first lady. The US president settled down for business with the prime minister of India last Tuesday, each accompanied by his bureaucrats. India and the US signed defence and trade agreements thereafter and issued a joint declaration that had, among other things, condemnation for Islamic terrorism.

President Ram Nath Kovind hosted the visitors with a lavish banquet before they left for the US.


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