Want to see US works with 'incredible allies' like India to make world safe: Donald Trump Jr

WION Web Team New Delhi, Delhi, India Dec 14, 2019, 10.54 AM(IST) Edited By: Abhilash Mahajan

Donald Trump Jr (File photo) Photograph:( Zee News Network )

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Trump Jr also said that his business experience in India was "interesting, and certainly a little bit of a culture shock". 

Donald Trump Jr, the eldest son of US President Donald Trump on Thursday said that he wants the United States to work with “its incredible allies” like India to make the world a safer place and present democracy as a shining beacon light for everyone to learn from. 

“I want to see America maintain its rightful place as the leader of the free world. I want to see them be able to work with their incredible allies, like India to make the world a safer place. To use democracy as a shining beacon of light for everyone to be able to learn from,” Trump Jr said.

Trump Jr, was addressing the Indian-American community during a event in Long Island, US, along with Trump’s senior advisor for 2020 presidential campaign and former Fox News host Kimberly Guilfoyle. 

In the rally, he also spoke about this book: ‘Triggered: How the Left Thrives on Hate and Wants to Silence Us’, his father and ties with India.

Trump Jr said that father fought for American rights and businesses. 

“To see what he’s been able to do and I imagine, in this community full of business leaders, you’ve seen those results yourself. But they’re not just benefits for you. They are benefits for everyone around, the employees that you hire, the businesses who are your suppliers, the beneficiaries. Everyone’s winning because of this" Trump Jr said.

“And that’s why I’ve been such an advocate for this (Donald Trump’s vision) because I want to see that winning continue.

Trump Jr added that his father have had a "wonderful" presidency and added that the road ahead will be entertaining "because my father will keep it so, I promise you that. It will be like Bollywood with a lot less dancing".

He also said that his business experience in India was "interesting, and certainly a little bit of a culture shock". 

"It also made me appreciate the entrepreneurial spirit that so resides in my friends in the Indian community, that notion that you get a deal, go and get whatever it takes to make something happen and get it going.” 

(with inputs from agencies)