US not treated well by India, but I like PM Modi a lot: Donald Trump



US Presi nt Donald Trump on Tuesday downplayed expectation of a trade deal with India during his visit there next week, saying, “we can have a trade deal with India, but I’m really saving the big deal for later on.” He, however, said that he liked Prime Minister Modi.


“We’re doing a very big trade deal with India. We’ll have it. I don’t know if it’ll be done before the ion, but we’ll have a very big deal with India,” Trump told reporters at an airbase outside Washington DC as he flew out west for a series of domestic events next three days before he heads out to India on Saturday.


Trump, who has dubbed India “tariff king” among other epithets, compned again that the US is “not treated very well by India” but said “I happen to like Prime Minister (Narendra) Modi a lot”. Modi, the US Presi nt said, bringing in his expectations of a grand spectacle, had told him there will be 7 million people between the airport and the Mera stadium the two are expected to inaugurate.


“The stadium, I understand, is sort of semi under construction, but it’s going to be the largest stadium in the world. So it’s going to be very exciting. But he says between the stadium and the airport, we’ll have about 7 million people. So it’s going to be very exciting. I hope you all enjoy it,” Trump said.


The Presi nt’s remarks virtually confirmed that there will at best be a modest outcome of deliverables from the visit, and at the very least, he hopes for a grand spectacle that will impress his constituents back home.


The Indian side too has virtually confirmed that an overarching trade deal is not going to happen given the US insistence on India opening up its vulnerable farm and dairy sector and other contentious issues that the two sides have been unable to resolve despite months of negotiations.



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Shekar Natesh • Bangalore • 9 hours ago

What does Mr Trump mean by saying that India has not treated the US well? Does he expect all imports from India to be made free?


Bchandran Nair V• 4 hours ago

Well, it seems that he wanted India to purchase a lot of US defence equipment



Anonymous Delhite • Location • 3 hours ago

Both leaders are peas of the same pod. Both are very divisive and hate mongers , trying to stay in power. For pleasing the US, India is slowly selling away itself.



Aam Aadmi • India • 9 hours ago

US and India have a lot in common.

1. World's largest and most vibrant democracies.

2. Popular po itical leaders.

3. Ethnically diverse population.

4. Strong, educated workforce

5. Rich cultural heritage.

That the current leaders of these two nations are aligned in their vision is a plus point for the two regions and the world as a whole.


1. 世界上最大、最具活力的国家。

2. 领导人都受欢迎。

3. 人口种族多元化

4. 劳动力都受过良好教育

5. 文化遗产丰富



Bchandran Nair V• 4 hours ago

I think Mr. Modi will not do any business that is ag inst the interest of the country



Frequent Flyer • Bhubaneshwar • 8 hours ago

This idiot will exaggerate everything 100 times.



Napota Phukan • 12 hours ago

Almost everyone knew Trump wasn't going any big trade deal with India. He just LIED to India.



Baba Vickram Aditya Bedi • 8 hours ago

India has not been treated well by the U.S. There would be no terror problem in the world if India had had not been stopped by the U.S. and Britain in 1971 from finishing Pakistan. Instead the U.S. looked the other way while Pakistan built atomic wons.



Vijaya • 4 hours ago

First USA should treat well India.Indians are not beggars like Pakistan



Dravidian • Toronto • 14 hours ago

on seeing the number of coows on the Indian streets, trump will offer a trade deal for the desi coow meat which feku can't refuse.



Pakisareganduhomos • Kaloooo Gandu Pakistan • 8 hours ago

India has never attacked Americans.....so what treatment you want?

GivecRespect and get Respect.

is thst so hard to comprehend?




enky • 5 hours ago

both are idiots and fekus...



R S Vatsan • 3 hours ago

Trump does not understand. We are still lower middle income country, and can not compare with USA in terms of Import tax tariffs. Modi is in sticking to his tariffs till our Industry reach International levels of competition. Let Trump say whatever he wants Modi stick to country's interest.



Ashok Kth• 4 hours ago

USA badly need India's friendship due to India's growing influence across world..Modiji is capable to resolve any issues between India and USA.



Only • Mumbai • 4 hours ago

Why waste time and money on trump, he is going to lose in the coming presi ntial ion. Instead of that, we should have waited and invited new presi nt once ion is over.



HappyTimes User • 4 hours ago

If he is not interested in India but only Modi, then make it as a personal visit to Modi's house. It will be two businessmen meet then. Why should we waste our tax payers money?



Ambalia Rushabh • 4 hours ago

In past THE INDIA was not treated well by usa..

And now for us to treat you well have to make better relationship.. that usa wont betray or play po itical games..



Amatya Kaushik • 5 hours ago

Most unreliable US Presi nt. First he will praise and then he will change his stance. Thats the best thing he does.



Nothing • 7 hours ago

Nothing positive will come out from Trump's visit except a superficial show off to the public. Simply wastage of time and money.



Ravindra Bhavsar • Surat • 2 hours ago

There are so many people, who like Modi. Modi has true leadership and friendship skills..



Sameer Dada • lol • 4 hours ago

USA never support India when required... many examples are there.



Proud Indian • 4 hours ago

US also don’t treat the world well. Everywhere they go with hidden agenda to sell their military hardware be it Middle east or India



Abhishek • Gurugram • 5 hours ago

Modiji is one of the greatest leader the nation witnessed.



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