US President Donald Trump imitates Narendra Modi by faking an Indian accent

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Donald Trump, the current President of United States of America has never failed to astound us with his statements which result in immense anger, utter disbelief and discomfiture; especially wide social media coverage, either in the form of memes or mere status updates.




We have become so immune to his outrageous statements that it is certainly not that surprising anymore to believe that – a president of a country can allegedly give a speech which can be easily confused with the graduation speech of Ellie Wood’s from the movie, Legally Blonde.

As far as the wall to keep away Mexican people’s concerned, it is sad that it would not be built with ice neither with magic.

Trump ensures that he remains an internet trend for memes, and repeatedly does something which gets into the skins of the civilians.

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To add to the list of never ending don’ts, Trump reportedly fakes an Indian accent when he repeats comments made to him by Prime Minister, Narendra Modi.




According to the Washington Post, It says, “SENIOR ADMINISTRATION OFFICIALS SAID THAT THE PRESIDENT HAS BEEN KNOWN TO AFFECT AN INDIAN ACCENT AND IMITATE INDIAN PRIME MINISTER NARENDRA MODI, WHO IN AN OVAL OFFICE MEETING LAST YEAR TOLD HIM, “NEVER HAS A COUNTRY GIVEN SO MUCH AWAY FOR SO LITTLE IN RETURN” AS THE UNITED STATES IN AFGHANISTAN.”

They further said that to Trump, Narendra Modi’s statement was proof that the rest of the world thought Afghanistan had taken advantage of the United States.

Both White House and State Department failed to respond to the questions asked about the report.




This low sense of humor might result in the deterioration of friendly handshakes among the two countries, and create tensions.

It is not the first time Trump had adopted a fake Indian accent. In the spring of 2016, during the election campaign, Trump used an Indian accent to mock a call center representative in India.

It is of low esteem to mock another person, let alone a Prime Minister of another country, in a public forum, being a president of another country, but then again, can we expect anything else? Hope not to encounter another attempt of Donald Trump to try and belittle any other leader or any other country.




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