Trump says US has great relations with Pakistan, hopes for reduced tension in region




 President of United States Donald Trump,  on Monday, said the United States has “great relations with Pakistan and with these relations, we hope we will be able to reduce tensions between the countries”.

The US is working with Pakistan “to crack down on terror and working on the terror issue on the borders”, said Trump while addressing a packed rally in Ahmedabad.

More than 100,000 people packed into the world’s largest cricket stadium, giving Trump the biggest rally crowd of his political career, for the pinnacle of the day’s trio of presidential photo-ops.

Nearly everyone in the newly constructed stadium in Ahmedabad in western India sported a white cap with the name of the event, “Namaste, Trump” or “Welcome, Trump”, and roared for the introductions of both Trump and India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Trump opened his speech by declaring that he traveled 8,000 miles to deliver the message that “America loves India, America respects India and America will always be faithful and loyal friends to the Indian people.”

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