1. ‘Ab Ki Baar, Trump Sarkaar’: PM Modi inspired advertisement now comes up before US election

‘Ab Ki Baar, Trump Sarkaar’: PM Modi inspired advertisement now comes up before US election

With only two weeks left for the US Presidential election, Donald Trump's new advertisement borrows Prime Minister Narendra Modi's catchphrase during the 2014 national election.

By: | New Delhi | Updated: October 25, 2016 5:44 PM
During the meeting on October 16, he had said, 'We love the Hindus and we love India'. (Photo: AP) During the meeting on October 16, he had said, ‘We love the Hindus and we love India’. (Photo: AP)

With only two weeks left for the US Presidential election, Donald Trump’s new advertisement borrows Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s catchphrase during the 2014 national election. “Ab Ki Baar, Trump Sarkaar” – the Republican candidate pronounced slowly before the advertisement faded to the text: “Great for America, Great for US-India relationship.” Behind this advertisement is the ‘Republican Hindu coalition’ group which organised the meeting in New Jersey addressed by Donald Trump a few days back.

During the meeting on October 16, he had said, “We love the Hindus and we love India.” After the three rounds of debates between Donald Trump and his Democrat rival for the White House, the later seems to have edge over the former by few points.

On Monday, Hillary Clinton slammed her Republican rival for suggesting that the efforts to take back the Iraqi city of Mosul from Islamic States control was going badly.

In a campaign event in New Hampshire, she said that Donald Trump was basically declaring defeat before the battle had even started and added that he was proving what it means to have an unqualified commander in chief.

Last Sunday, in a tweet, Donald trump said that said, “attack on Mosul is turning out to be a total disaster. We gave them months of notice. U.S. is looking so dumb.”

The Kurdish and Iraqi , backed by the United States, have increased assault on the area surrounding Mosul, which is the last stronghold of ISIS forces in Iraq. They have recaptured nearly 80 ISIS-held villages and towns since the offensive was launched on earlier this month.

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