US President Donald Trump is “incredibly grateful” for the “widespread support” he has received from the Indian people and American Indians, the White House said in response to a survey suggesting that more than 50% of the community in some of the major American states turned to him in the November presidential election.
White House Assistant Press Secretary Sarah Matthews made the comments when asked about the results of a recent poll that American Indians, who traditionally vote for the Democratic Party, turn to Donald Trump , a Republican, during the November 3 elections.
President Trump is seeking re-election to the White House in the November 3 presidential elections in the United States.
“President Trump is extremely grateful for the widespread support he has received from the Indian people and millions of American Indians across the United States,” Matthews told the Press Trust of India news agency.
According to the results of a survey by Al Mason, co-chair of the Trump Victory Indian-American Finance Committee, more than 50% of American Indians in the states of Michigan, Florida, Texas, Pennsylvania and Virginie crosses the battle to support Donald Trump.
During his more than three and a half years as president, Donald Trump has gone the extra mile to reach the Indo-American community. His close ties to Prime Minister Narendra Modi – reflected by the two leaders speaking jointly at massive public rallies in Houston and Ahmedabad – helped him make deep inroads among the American Indian.
“He (Trump) recognizes the vital role that American Indians play in strengthening our economy, enriching our culture and strengthening our communities,” said Ms. Matthews.
In his first two years in office, President Trump has led the United States to its greatest economic return in history, she said, adding that “the unemployment rate among American Indians has dropped by almost 33%. “
“The President continues to fight for the prosperity, health and freedom of all Americans, including the thriving and hardworking Indo-American community,” she said, responding to a question related to Trump’s growing popularity within the community.
Al Mason said that if Trump’s vision is the engine of this unprecedented awareness with American Indians and a new spike in ties to India, the whole family, including First Lady Melania Trump, Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner, who recently visited India with him, showed his immense respect and love for the country.
“Not to mention the sons Donald Trump Jr and Kimberly Guilfoyle, Donald Trump’s senior advisor to President, Inc. and national chairman of the Trump Victory Finance Committee,” said Al Mason.
Former television host and lawyer Guilfoyle is now considered one of the most powerful individuals in the Trump campaign.
Trump Jr and Kimberly Guilfoyle have repeatedly echoed Trump’s love for India and the American Indian, which is reflected in their remarks at various Indian and American events in New York.
“You want to see America working with incredible allies like India to make the world a safer place,” said Don Jr last year.
“America embodies family values, worker values, a strong work ethic, entrepreneurship and these values are” also beautifully shared with India, “said Ms. Guilfoyle, who believes that American Indians are a crucial ally for the campaign.
“I think we are so fortunate as a country to have so many talented, dedicated and patriotic Indian Americans who make up the incredibly culturally diverse fabric of this country and we are lucky they called it their home “said Ms. Guilfoyle. , who helped kick-start the process, said.
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