US President Donald Trump and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi trolled brutally on social media as they mangled over the names during rally in Gujrat.
As Indian Prime Minister during his address in the rally called US President as DOLAN TRUMP.
Mr. Dolan Trump 😭😭 pic.twitter.com/l38lqg1Llu
— Mohammed Zubair (@zoo_bear) February 24, 2020
To take revenge, Trump wrongly pronounce the names of some of India’s most revered sports stars.
Mr Trump stumbled over the names of batsman Sachin Tendulkar, and Indian national team captain Virat Kohli
“This is the country where your people cheer on some of the world’s greatest cricket players from Soo-chin Tendul-kerr to Virot Kohl-ee,” Mr Trump told the audience.
Social media users brutally trolled both Indian Prime Minister and US President for calling out names wrongly.
Who the hell is Soochin 🤔🤔 https://t.co/1k3NH0zswC
— Beer Pint (@Beer_Pint) February 24, 2020
Oh my god. How does he get Soochin?
— Sami Dowd (@samidowd) February 24, 2020
Soochin Tendoolkerr. One of the all time greats 😄 https://t.co/6iizjeob8J
— Robin George (@RG75) February 24, 2020
Did he say chewala or tea Wala ?
Anyways I got ur point
Soochin tendulkar .. 😂
Vivekanand is even crazier 😜
A president told to talk about cricketers and even Bollywood movies .. but didn’t mention anything about the father of the nation 🤔
— ALEX AZZURRI 🐘 (@ALEXAZZURRI1) February 24, 2020
excuse me it is soochin tendulkar
— South Central South Asian in North South Asia (@SamosaOnion) February 24, 2020
— GameChanger (@twitfiroz) February 24, 2020
India welcomes Mr. Dolan Trump.
— Gharshit (@MediocHarshit) February 24, 2020
Dolan Trump not Donald 😂😂
— SARA … The Leo-Ness ⚡️ (@SaraLliCious) February 24, 2020
Many users targeted Donald Trump and Narendra Modi and flood of memes stormed across social media.
It is pertinent to mention that Mr Trump’s 36-hour visit to India aims to deepen ties with India, but a long-awaited trade deal between the two countries not expected to be reached yet.
Ahead of his departure to India, the US president tweeted,
“I hear it’s going to be a big event, some people say the biggest event they ever had in India.”
“That´s what the prime minister told me”.
Things could hardly be going better for the Republican as his campaign for reelection in November gathers pace, following his acquittal earlier this month after the House impeached him for abuse of power related to pressure on Ukraine.
Despite a first term dogged by near constant scandals and investigations, Trump feels he can win against the growing Democratic frontrunner, leftist Bernie Sanders, and he is clearly chuffed at the idea of huge crowds in India.
“I look forward to being with the people of India,” Trump said as he left the White House on his first trip to India.