Washington: The White House says that US President Donald Trump is grateful to India and Indian Americans for the broad support they are receiving. White House Deputy Press Secretary Sarah Matthews made the statement in response to a recent survey that revealed that Indian-Americans, who traditionally voted for the Democratic Party, were part of the Republican Party's trump in the November 3 election Standing in support.
More than 50 percent of Indian-American trumps are supported in Michigan, Florida, Texas, Pennsylvania and Virginia, according to results of a survey conducted by Al Mason, co-chairman of the Trump Victory Indian-American Finance Committee. During more than three and a half years of his presidency, Trump has made a lot of efforts to reach the Indian-American community. His close relationship with PM Modi was evident in rallies jointly addressed by both leaders in Houston and Ahmedabad, and this helped him to gain a deeper hold among Indian-Americans.
Sarah Matthews further said, 'President Trump is very grateful for the wide support he has received from the people of India and millions of Indian-Americans from all over America. He is well aware that Indian Americans play an important role in strengthening our economy and enriching our culture.