Former US President Donald Trump, in In an exclusive interview, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said he was ‘doing a great job’ and that India had ‘never had a better friend than me’, giving the widest hint yet that he might be running for office again in 2024.
He was asked if he had a better relationship with India is more than President Joe Biden or Barack Obama, Donald Trump told NDTV: “I think my relationship… you have to ask Prime Minister Modi, but I don’t think you’ve ever had a better relationship than it was.” with President Trump.”
whether he will do it run for Chief again said: “Everyone wants me runI am leading in Polls … I will do decision in very close futureI suspect.”
Trump talked about the huge support He had an Indian community and his relationship with PM Modi, with who addressed them big events in Houston and India during his presidency.
“I’ve had great Relationship with India and Prime Minister Modi. we were friends. I think it a great The guy is doing a great job. It is not an easy task. So but we have known each other for a long time. He said.
on the probability of a Trump 2.0 and his priorities When it comes to America and India, the former The President said: “For America, energy independence, India, India just Fine with for you great Prime Minister Modi, my friend. For America, I can only speak for America, we will be energy independent, we will have great economy roaring economy again, which we don’t have now. Well, we set All record on Careers. We’ve never had an economy like The economy which I had. But we will bring it back Energy independence, and we’ll do things we couldn’t do in The last Two years.”
Description of his relationships with India one of The relationships he formed in office.
“I think India has never had a better friend than me. This one of relationships you formed. India has never had a better friend than me as president.”
President Trump and Prime Minister Modi shared the podium at a massive rally titled “Hello, Modi” in Houston attended by the thousands of Indian Americans. “Cry bar, Trump Sarkar,” Prime Minister Modi famously said. in who – which event.
Later, Trump visited Prime Minister Modi home Gujarat, where the two opened a cricket Pitch and engage a huge gathering orator.