Donald Trump in ad talking Hindi appealing to the Indian American

Washington,Oct28:In spite of showing his dislike for  Mexicans, Muslims and women but to woo Indian American voters Donald Trump dabbles in Hindi for Diwali.This publicity stunt is garnered to reach and capture the Indian American vote.

The bombastic New York businessman is seen uttering “Ab Ki Baar Trump Sarkaar” – adapting Indian prime minister Narendra Modi’s 2014 vote-winning catchphrase as his own – in a presidential campaign ad released on Thursday.

“This time Trump government,” translates the ad on the screen.

Trump may speak in a thick US accent, but the 30-second ad is the Republican nominee’s latest attempt to win votes among Indian Americans ahead of Diwali, the Hindu festival of lights which falls on the weekend.

“The Indian and Hindu community will have a true friend in the White House,” he says in the ad. “We love the Hindus, we love India,” he adds, saying that he looks forward to working with Modi.

The candidate’s daughter-in-law Lara Trump visited a Hindu temple this week in Virginia, the home state of Democratic rival Hillary Clinton’s running mate Tim Kaine which is expected to vote blue on 8 November.

Trump trails 5.4 points in the latest poll average compiled by tracker RealClearPolitics in a national race against Clinton and two outsiders – pointing to a likely electoral college victory for the Democrat.

There are an estimated four million Indian Americans living in the United States according to 2015 census figures. They are among the most educated ethnic groups and generally well off, according to the Pew Research Center.

Only about half are Hindu and 65% are Democrat, or Democrat-leaning, the think tank found in a 2014 report.

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