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Sagarika Ghose Comments On Trump’s Victory And PM Modi Supporters Just Can’t Take It

Updated on 6 September, 2017 at 7:24 pm By

Indian journalist Sagarika Ghose on November 9 sent out a tweet calling Indian supporters of US’s President Elect Donald Trump ‘Bhakts’, and pointing out how they would be “despised” if they were in the US.

 

Her sarcastic comments though didn’t go down well with many Modi and Trump supporters who then took to Twitter to not only remind Ghose that it was ‘illegal’ immigrants that US hated, but also pointed out that majority of Indians had no intention of moving to the US.

 

There were also many others who took this opportunity to openly attack Ghose at a personal level and even brought the ongoing topic of removal Rs. 500 and Rs. 1000 notes into the equation.

 


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US’s Republican candidate Donald Trump on November 9 won US’s presidential election by winning 278 seats and defeated Democratic candidate Hilary Clinton to achieve the feat.

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