US President Donald Trump is always in the discussion regarding his tweets and absurd statements. The American media constantly puts its own president in the dock on this issue, but now such a thing has come to the fore which has become the subject of discussion. During a meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the US President said something that the PM had left the meeting. Donald Trump said that your border is not even visible from China. Narendra Modi also surprised at this little knowledge of Donald Trump’s.
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Two US journalists have written a new book, A Very Stable Genius: Donald J.Trump’s Testing of America. In this book, Donald Trump’s presidential tenure has assess, in which many such incidents have mention which not exposed to the people.
In this 417-page book, there is also an anecdote of the meeting of Narendra Modi and Donald Trump. The book reads, ‘When US President Donald Trump met Prime Minister Narendra Modi for the first time, something happens in this meeting that the Prime Minister of India surprise. During the conversation, Trump told Modi that it is not at all the case that China is absolute with your border.
It has claimed in the book that PM Narendra Modi surprised at this statement of Donald Trump. Because the truth is that India and China share about 2500 miles of the border. Which is much larger than the border of America and Mexico. When the meeting between the two leaders ended. PM Narendra Modi shock and said that this person cannot be trusted. Saying this, he exited the meeting.
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This is not the first time that Donald Trump’s knowledge about South Asia has questioned. Earlier, Donald Trump’s once told Nepal and Bhutan to be part of India. When a White House team watching South Asia made a presentation in front of Donald Trump’s. Trump said that he knew that Bhutan and Nepal were part of India. But when the team showed the map, they came to know something. Not only this, in a briefing, Donald Trump called Nepal as ‘nipple’ and ‘Bhutan’ as a button.