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The President of the United States Donald Trump has said that he is looking forward to make his first visit to India which has been scheduled during the last week of the month of February, 2020. he has indicated that the two countries the United States and India may sign a trade deal.
The visit to India by Donald Trump has been scheduled on the 24th and 25th of the month of February following the invitation that has been sent by the Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi. It has also been stated that President Trump along with the First lady Melania Trump will also be visiting Ahmedabad in Gujarat and would address a joint public meeting with Narendra Modi at a stadium.
Donald Trump has said to the reporters in his Oval Office addressing Narendra Modi as a gentleman and that he was looking forward in going to India which had been scheduled to be at the end of the month, as stated by President Trump a day after the announcement regarding the dates of Trump’s visit to India has been made by the White House.
Mr Donald Trump has also said that he had spoke to Narendra Modi over the weekend during which he had been told that millions and millions of people would be welcoming him from the airport to the cricket stadium.
In a response to a question, President Trump has said that he would be agreeing to a potential trade deal if the right deal would be made.
Donald Trump has said in a lighter vein that he might not have felt so good with the number of people who have attended the New Hampshire rally that has been held a day earlier. The estimated number of people who have attended the New Hamshire rally are said to around 40,000 to 50,000.
He has added mentioning that he had been told by the Prime Minister of India that millions of people would be welcoming him from the airport to the cricket stadium. He has described the stadium as the largest in the world that is being built.
By Shrithika Kushangi