Donald Trump Accuses Indians of Snatching Jobs from Americans
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Republican presidential front runner Donald Trump today again accused India and China among other countries for taking away jobs from Americans and vowed to bring them back if elected as he tried to consolidate his position ahead of "Super Tuesday" showdown.
Super Tuesday refers to one or more Tuesdays early in a presidential primary season when the highest number of states hold primary elections.
Addressing a crowd of roughly 5,000 people, a big by US primary election standard — inside the hanger of a local airport here, Trump promised to bring back jobs from countries like India, China, Japan and Mexico, building the wall on US-Mexico border, "knocking the hell out ISIS", and repealing and replacing Obama care.
Every promise of his drew a thunderous applause with people cheering "USA, USA" and "Trump, Trump". People lapped on to every word he said from the makeshift stage with his Trump plane in the background.
Trump had earlier added India to the list of countries that he believes is taking away jobs from the locals in the US. Trump has been regularly singling out China, Japan and Mexico and occasionally Vietnam for taking away American jobs.
"They are taking our jobs. China is taking our jobs. Japan is taking our jobs. India is taking our jobs. It is not going to happen anymore, folks!" Trump told to thunderous applause from the audience.
In his 40-minutes speech, Trump reiterated his promise of building a wall along the US-Mexico border. New Jersey governor Chris Christie who endorsed Trump yesterday also spoke at the rally. Trump is a strong leader and is the best among others in the fray, Christie said.
Hundreds of people came to the Trump rally hours in advance. The venue was full hours before he arrived. Latest polls indicate that Trump is leading in 10 of the 11 states, except for Texas where he is giving a tough fight to his main rival and Texas Senator Ted Cruz.