‘How much does he know about this nation?’: Sanjay Raut in response to Obama’s memoirs
Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut on Saturday denounced the mention of Rahul Gandhi as a “student eager to impress the teacher” in the forthcoming memoirs of former US President Barack Obama.
Raut also said that comments from leaders who said Obama’s comments were accurate were “in bad taste.”
“A foreign politician cannot give such opinions about Indian political leaders; The subsequent internal political discourse on this is unpleasant. We will not say ‘Trump is crazy’. How much does Obama know about this nation? “Said Raut.
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The editors of Obama’s memoir, “A Promised Land,” said it provides insight into the dynamics of US partisan politics and international diplomacy. The New York Times has reviewed Obama’s memoirs, highlighting political leaders from around the world he has spoken of.
According to the New York Times review, Obama has called Rahul Gandhi “a nervous and informative quality about him, as if he were a student who had done the course work and was eager to impress the teacher but lacked deep down. of fitness or passion to master the subject. “
The Speaker of Congress, Sonia Gandhi, and former Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, are also mentioned in Obama’s memoirs among other leaders. While Sonia Gandhi has been mentioned in the context that no one talks about the “beauty of leading women,” Manmohan Singh comes across as someone who “seems to have a kind of impassive integrity.”