Trump And Modi at a Football Stadium in Houston

Production Editor: Hülya Karahan

The two leaders, who are similar in their nationalism, passionate festivals and skepticism of traditional media, lavished praise on each other in a funky appearance at a football stadium in Houston.


The two leaders entered the stadium with tangled hands, to the sound of banging drums for Indian bangra music, amid the cheers of an estimated 50,000 people, according to organizers.

“We are committed to protecting innocent civilians from the threat of radical Islamic terrorism,” Trump was most applauded when he addressed the crowd, dressed mostly as the right-wing Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).

Trump backed the Indian leader when he made several controversial decisions this year, including abolishing autonomy for Muslim-majority Kashmir and ordering him to launch air strikes inside Pakistan in response to a suicide bombing.

Nerandra Modi made it very clear to Pakistan, saying he was seeking an equal status for Kashmir and working to develop it, adding that his actions “disturb some people who are unable to run their country” and who “sponsor terrorism.”

He pointed out that “these people put their hatred of India at the heart of their political agenda.”

Earlier, the US president announced that the United States and India plan to hold the first joint military exercises in the history of their relations, in November.

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The two leaders, who are similar in their nationalism, passionate festivals and skepticism of traditional media, lavished praise on each other in a funky appearance at a football stadium in Houston.

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