Trump Visit to India: US President Donald Trump, who is on a two-day visit to India this month, has given a big statement about the trade deal between the two countries. Speaking to reporters before leaving for California, Trump has ruled out the possibility of a trade deal between India and America. He said that he really likes PM Modi very much, but cannot do a trade deal at the moment and will consider it further.
President Trump is scheduled to visit India on 24 February. During his visit, it was expected that there would be a trade agreement in both the countries.
According to news agency Bloomberg, Trump said, “We can do a trade deal with India, but I will make a big deal later.” It was believed that a big bilateral agreement could be signed between the US and India during this time.
Trump said that we want to do a very big trade deal with India. We will do this, I do not know if it will be possible before the American elections. But we are going to do a big trade deal with India. On the business relationship between India and American, Trump said that India has not treated us well. I like PM Modi very much. He told me that there will be 7 million people between the airport and the venue. The stadium, I know it is semi-under construction, but it will be the largest stadium in the world. So it will be very interesting …. I hope you like it.
Let us know that US President Trump is visiting India on 24 February. US President Donald Trump is looking very keen on visiting India. Earlier, Trump told reporters at his Oval Office in Washington that he was preparing for his India tour where millions of people were ready to welcome him.