Trump In Hindi: Former US President Donald Trump has once again started preparing for the election. Mid-term elections are to be held in the US in November this year, which is likely to have an impact on the next presidential election.
Trump’s aim is to give the Republican Party a majority in the Senate (US Parliament). Due to the important role of the Indian-American community in this, Trump is leaving no stone unturned to bring this community to his side. He has even intensified the practice of speaking Hindi. This time he was seen practicing the slogan ‘India-America best friend’. A video related to this has also been released by the Republican Hindu Coalition (RHC).
In this 30-second video, Trump is seen sitting with Chicago businessman and RHC member Shalabh Kumar. This new slogan appears to be inspired by Trump’s 2016 ‘Abki Baar Trump Sarkar’ slogan. The slogan caught the attention of Indian-Americans and was instrumental in winning the Republican Party in several major provinces.
who planned the slogan
Kumar, who was instrumental in coining the slogans ‘Abki Baar Trump Sarkar’ and ‘India and America are best friends’, said in an interview that he and the RHC have garnered Indian-American support for the former president in the Indian media. The promotion of the new slogan was planned. The latest figures indicate that the Republican Party is likely to once again get a majority in the House of Representatives in the midterm election.
What is Shalabh Kumar’s election plan
Shalabh Kumar said that his main objective is to garner massive support for the five (Republican) candidates in the Senate, where the vote margin will be less than 50,000 and in some seats it is likely to be around 10 or 5 thousand votes. Hindu votes will also make a difference as they have the largest number of Hindu independent voters.
Shalabh Kumar has lived with him in the past too.
Shalabh Kumar and RHC were an important part of Trump’s campaign in the 2016 presidential election, but the two parted ways in the 2020 presidential election. Kumar said he had met Trump at Mar-a-Lago on March 21 this year. Even after that, there have been some meetings between the two. In fact, about one percent of America’s registered voters are Indian-Americans.
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