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You may never get excited again with a crowd after going to India: Donald Trump | India News


NEW DELHI: “You may never be excited about a crowd again after going to India,” said US President Donald Trump at a rally in South Carolina, days after his inaugural visit to India , where he addressed a rally of more than 100,000 people.

Addressing his supporters at a rally, the president of the United States expressed abundant praise to the Indian crowd when speaking about the mega event ‘Namaste, Trump’ at the Motera stadium where he was entertained in the presence of more than tens of thousands of people.

“In India, I hate to tell you this, they actually have a stadium of 129,000 seats. Did you see it? The place was full, and they did better than most. They gave me credit for 100,000. That wasn’t bad. It’s 129. The stadium it has 100. They had a field that was about three times … it’s Cricket. It’s the biggest stadium. And they had 129, “Trump said.

Recalling the big event, Trump said he shared the stage with Prime Minister Modi, who is a “great guy” and “is loved by the people of India.”

“… We had an amazing thing. And I went in, and here’s the problem. This is a big crowd and I usually like to talk about my crowd because I receive the crowds like nobody else, but I just came back from 140 or 50 or 60,000 people. and now I come here. What does this place have, 15. It’s hard to be excited. Do you understand that?

“I may never be excited about a crowd again after going to India. Think about this, they have 1.5 billion people. We have 350, so we’re pretty good, I’ll tell you what, but I love this crowd and I love that crowd too (sic) ”

Trump said his 36-hour tour of India is a “worthwhile trip” and said: “They have a great love. They have a great leader and they have a great love for the people of this country.”

The president of the United States, Donald Trump, and the first lady, Melania Trump, were enthusiastically received in the presence of more than 1,00,000 people at the Motera Stadium in Ahmedabad.

Times of India