Donald Trump may find himself embroiled in one controversy after another, but one supporter is trying to convince a largely Democrat-leaning Indian-American community to vote for the Republican nominee for president.
Indian-American industrialist Shalabh Kumar hit the headlines when he and his wife together donated nearly $900,000 (around Rs 6 crores) towards Donald Trump’s campaign in July, becoming one of his biggest individual donors. Currently, the 68-year-old Chicago-based businessman is trying to rally more people to his cause by organising a star-studded fundraiser where Trump will address a gathering of “Hindu-Americans”.
At a press conference in Delhi, Kumar announced that the ticketed charity concert and cultural event would be held at New Jersey Convention and Exposition Center on 15 October.
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Mr Shalabh here, who is currently in New Jersey for the Convention, that is specially for the Hindu – American Audiences in America. In Shalabh’s own words, Donald is the only man “who looks for the camel in the room and calls it out”.
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