After attending a banquet dinner at the Rashtrapati Bhavan on Tuesday, 25 February, United States Donald Trump along with wife Melania Trump departed from Delhi.
Addressing a press conference earlier, Trump said, “PM Modi said he wants people to have religious freedom. They have worked really hard on it. I heard about the individual attacks but I did not discuss it. It is up to India.”
Speaking at a meeting with CEOs in the day, Trump said that the “markets” will shoot up by “thousands” of points if he wins the upcoming US presidential election.
Earlier, during the joint press statement with PM Modi, Trump said that the two countries agreed to cooperate to deal with “radical Islamic terrorism.” Modi, in his address, too said that they have decided to enhance efforts to hold supporters of terrorism accountable.
- Earlier, Trump said it was a “great honour” for him to visit India and see thousands of people gathered to welcome him
- US First Lady Melania Trump visited a Delhi government school on Tuesday and interacted with the students
- The US president and the first lady also visited Rajghat and were accorded a ceremonial reception at the Rashtrapati Bhavan
- Trump’s visit to Delhi came as violence erupted in northeast Delhi on Monday, killing seven people
US Prez Donald Trump, First Lady Melania Trump Depart From Delhi
United States President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump have departed from Delhi following the conclusion of their two-day visit to India.
US Prez Donald Trump Leaves After Dinner at Rashtrapati Bhawan
United States President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump has left after attending dinner banquet hosted by the President Ram Nath Kovind at Rashtrapati Bhawan. Prime Minister Narendra Modi was also present.
'Anything I Can Do to Help, I Will': Trump on Kashmir Issue
US President Donald Trump on being asked about terrorism emerging from Pakistan “We talked a lot about it at length today. No question that it is a problem. They are working on it. I said I will do whatever I can do to help because my relationship with both gentlemen (PM Modi and PM Imran) is so good.”
"Anything I can do to mediate/help, I would do. Kashmir has been a thorn in lots of people's sight for a long time. There are two sides to every story. We discussed terrorism at length today,” he added.