Donald Trump says Narendra Modi is for religious freedom
Wednesday, 26 February 2020 US President Donald Trump said on Tuesday that issues involving the Citizenship (Amendment) Act (CAA) are up to India and asserted that Prime Minister Narendra Modi wants people to have religious freedom. Trump, who held comprehensive talks with Modi on the second and the last day of his visit, said these were great and fantastic...
President Trump holds a White House press briefing where he confirms the first case of a death inside the US from the Covid-19 virus. Mr Trump said 22 people in the US have been infected by the virus..
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President Donald Trump said he would personally meet with leaders of the Taliban. He rejected criticism of the U.S. making a deal with the insurgents in Afghanistan. The deal paves the way for a full..