Donald Trump Jr., the eldest son of the powerful United Nations President Donald Trump, has taken the initiative to join Indian Americans through his book, Triggered. Under this, he is going to organize book tours in many cities next year. He will be assisted by TV star Kimberly Guilfoy in this work. 'Triggered', which hit the market in early November, has joined the New York Times Best Sellers.
Informed people are seeing this exercise of Trump Jr. as an attempt to woo Indian voters ahead of next year's presidential election. In the next few months, Trump Jr. plans to visit all the major cities and states that have a significant number of Indians. New York-based global consultant Al Mason designed the event. These cities include New York, Chicago, Houston, Dallas, Los Angeles, Silicon Valley, Atlanta, Seattle, Tampa and Miami.
Apart from this, on the other hand, President Trump tweeted, "We had a good conversation with the President of China on our huge trade agreement. China has already started large-scale procurement of our agricultural products and others. A formal signature is being arranged. Apart from this, we have also talked about North Korea and Hong Kong."
However, Trump has not said when the agreement will be signed between the two countries, but the agreement between China and the US is a relief not only for the two developed countries but also for the world economy, including India. In lieu of this, China on Thursday decided to waive import duty on US chemicals. China has released a list of such products, which will no longer be charged.