Donald Trump will be present in ‘Howdy Modi‘ event for 100 minutes, his speech will be focused on this issue
In the ‘Howdy Modi’ event held today in Houston, USA, US President Donald Trump is expected to give a speech for about half an hour keeping India and Indian Americans at the center.
Houston: In the ‘Howdy Modi’ event held in Houston, USA, US President Donald Trump is expected to give a speech for about half an hour keeping India and Indian Americans at the center.
Earlier there were reports that Trump would only make a brief speech or attendance at this event of the Indian community.
Trump, who promised to be a close friend of India as a Republican Party candidate in the 2016 presidential election, is coming to Houston only to attend the ‘Howdy Modi’ program.
Donald Trump will be present in ‘Howdy
According to the agenda released by the White House on Saturday late evening, the trumps will remain in the NRG Stadium for 100 minutes. Although the time of his speech has not been mentioned,
it is believed that it will be about 30 minutes.
It is also expected that Trump will be included in the audience during Modi’s speech.
More than 50,000 Indian-Americans have registered themselves from across America to participate in ‘Howdy Modi’ program.
This is the largest gathering of influential Indians in America. Indiana’s prominent Indian-American leader Bharti Barai said, “Trump has won the hearts of Indian-Americans by coming to Houston and joining the Howdy Modi” program.
They will get more votes of Indian-Americans in the presidential elections to be held in 2020.
Baray, a close friend of the Prime Minister, organized Modi’s program in the historic Madison Square in New York in 2014.
Baray said, ‘It is historical for leaders of two large democratic countries to address more than 50,000 people on the same platform. This will strengthen Indo-US relations.
White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham said last week, “This will provide an opportunity to strengthen the relationship between the people of the US and India, to reaffirm the strategic partnership between the world’s oldest.
democracy and the largest democracy
Trump will travel from Houston to Vaponeta, Ohio, where he will visit the Australian-owned production plant with Australian Prime Minister Scott Marison.
The US President from Ohio will travel to New York to address the annual session of the United Nations General Assembly.