Donald Trump Again: 'India Hitting Us Hard With Tariffs...I Like PM Modi But We Got to Talk Business'; Watch Video

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Washington, February 21: Ahead of Trump's India visit, US President reiterated the fact that he liked Modi, but he would like to talk business. According to an ANI video, he said, " am going to India next week, and we are talking trade. They have been hitting us very hard for many years. I really like PM Modi but we gotta talk a little business. One of the highest tariffs in the world is India."

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A few days back Trump expressed his eagerness for coming to India. He said, "Modi told me we will have 7 million people between the airport and the event. It's going to be the largest stadium in the world. It's going to be very exciting."  Regarding the possibility of a trade deal with India, he said, "We can have, but I am really saving the big deal for later, maybe before elections. But we will have a very big deal with India." Donald Trump Says 'I Like PM Narendra Modi, But Saving Big Trade Deal With India For Later', Watch Video.

Check the ANI video:

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