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However, Related News On his 70th birthday Saturday,” the circular issued states. denied that they were trying to manipulate the situation.” Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) was represented by its joint-secretary Subir Ganguly and he revealed that there was no division within the East Zone ranks as far as support for Srinivasan was concerned. ?? — Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) May 16 2014 Such a beautiful and important evening The forgotten man and woman will never be forgotten again We will all come together as never before — Donald J Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 9 2016 They spoke against corruption During the 2014 poll campaign one of Narendra Modi’s main chants was corruption which he described as a termite that was eating away the Indian system He said the BJP "is for a mission and the Congress is for a commission" By repatriating black money stashed abroad by simplifying tax regime and by expanding e-governance Modi promised to reduce corruption This seemed to make sense to many voters Now they know they weren’t wrong As for Trump he thundered at a rally: “Real change also means draining the swamp of corruption in Washington. If we want to make America great again we must clean up this corruption” For the blue-collar white workers who think of the Washington-driven system as an epitome of corruption and wheeling-dealing Trump seemed to be the man with a large broom to tidy up things Both are considered "outsiders" A billionaire property tycoon who had never held an office Trump is deemed to be an "outsider" to the system So was Dwight Eisenhower who became the President in 1953 Washington Post writer EJ Dionne Jr said: ".Insiderism is unpopular this year But because of who Trump really is his phoney outsider-ism is a far bigger threat to our country" Considering that Trump’s own financial reputation was not lily-white many wonder whether he really is an "outsider" to the corruption that oils the American political machine But the voters — at least half of them — thought he was Better still for Trump they thought he was an "anti-establishment rebel" Modi too is an outsider at least to Lutyen’s Delhi In an interview to Network18 Group Editor Rahul Joshi on 2 September Modi said: "In Delhi’s power corridors there’s an active group of people which is dedicated to only a few It could be because of their own reasons or personal gains." Dividers and disrupters Modi was accused of having an agenda against minorities which his rivals said would divide India horribly All that Modi spoke up against was the appeasement of minorities which of course was interpreted by rivals as the rattling of the communal sabre On the other hand Trump openly spoke not only against Muslims but also included in his sweep of razor-sharp comments the immigrants the LGBT community and even women in a way that stunned the US and the world Trump also promised to be a disrupter when he raved against trade and other agreements starting with NAFTA (North American Free Trade Agreement) Whatever the reason why each was called a disrupter and a divider both Modi and Trump picked up votes Media didn’t get along with both The media didn’t get along with both Trump and Modi in their respective countries Forget the "liberals" who populate the American media the press there has a lot against the President-elect: Xenophobia misogyny gropings cuss words tax evasion financial wrongdoing in his real-estate business But the Indian media hadn’t proven any allegations against Modi at least as yet If Modi got away with the Indian media it’s also partly because the hostility is more or less confined to some English newspapers and channels And Trump got away with a bad press because voters apparently didn’t care much for it Branding of voters All those who voted for Modi were branded as communal Similarly all those who plumped for Trump are being called racist The American liberals be they in media or politics are making the mistake of not investigating the real reasons why Trump got votes In the case of Modi India’s liberals never asked themselves why so many people voted for a man whom they had portrayed as the personification of evil The ticking of doomsday clock Trump-baiters were quick to announce after his election that the doomsday clock was ticking as did the anti-Modi lobbies Well Modi is halfway into his term and India is still in one piece Though the man himself maintains a sphinx-like silence the Hindu voice both of the sane and insane kinds is louder now but India is not doing badly He has just scrapped Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes As for Trump wait and watch Views are personal The author tweets @sprasadindia Washington: US Speaker of the House Paul Ryan the nation’s top Republican said Thursday he was not yet prepared to support Donald Trump as the party’s presumptive presidential nominee signalling a deep rift within the GOP "To be perfectly candid. I’m just not ready to do that at this point" Ryan told CNN "I hope to though and I want to But I think what is required is that we unify this party" Paul Ryan Reuters It was a stunning declaration expected to reverberate throughout the party’s establishment and its rank and file amid swirling concerns over whether conservatives will rally around Trump in his expected election matchup against Democrat Hillary Clinton Ryan who repeated he would not accept the nomination in case of a contested convention was the Republican vice presidential nominee in 2012 and is currently second in line to the presidency While his role as House Speaker makes him a quintessential symbol of the Washington establishment that Trump supporters loathe his public doubts about the standardbearer could filter down to millions of voters "He’s got some work to do" Ryan said noting that "the bulk and the burden" was on Trump to begin the healing after a brutal primary campaign and the brash billionaire’s string of insulting remarks about other candidates Muslims Mexicans refugees women and others "It’s time to set aside bullying It’s time to set aside belittlement" Ryan said Thursday’s comments were all the more startling because Trump has now emerged as the party’s standardbearer and Ryan will be co-chairman of the Republican presidential nominating convention in July Work together Trump shot back within minutes "I am not ready to support Speaker Ryan’s agenda" he said in a statement "Perhaps in the future we can work together and come to an agreement about what is best for the American people" Trump won Tuesday’s hotly contested Indiana primary pushing Ted Cruz and John Kasich out of the race and leaving him as the presumptive nominee Democrats seized on the Trump-Ryan clash to highlight the divisions and turmoil within the GOP "Well that was awkward" Democratic National Committee spokesman Mark Paustenbach said in a statement "Bring a hazmat suit if you’re one of the remaining Republican leaders still planning to stand with your nominee" Paustenbach added "Trump has gone radioactive" Ryan insisted that despite his misgivings about Trump no Republicans should support Clinton — as several have threatened to do "We need a standardbearer that can unify all — all conservatives and the wings of the party — and then go to the country with an appealing agenda" he said Ryan is the latest in a string of party grandees who have declined to back Trump Presidents George HW Bush and his son George W Bush have signalled they will not endorse while Mitt Romney the 2012 nominee is reportedly declining to attend the Republican convention Some conservatives including freshman Senator Ben Sasse of Nebraska argue that a third candidate should challenge Trump and Clinton "Why are we confined to these two terrible options" Sasse asked in an open letter to US Republicans "If both choices stink we reject them and go bigger" Ryan put himself at odds with Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell who publicly endorsed Trump’s candidacy "to prevent what would be a third term of Barack Obama" "As the presumptive nominee (Trump) now has the opportunity and the obligation to unite our party around our goals" McConnell said in a statement Wednesday Trump 69 has said Republicans would unite to support him "Now we’ll unify the party" Trump told Fox News on Wednesday "We’re going to get people together" But with sky-high unfavorability ratings and concern within his own party about his temperament the real estate mogul sought to assuage concerns about how a President Trump would govern "Things will be fine" he told The New York Times "I’m not running for president to make things unstable for the country" As Trump seized the GOP mantle a CNN poll highlighted the formidable challenge facing him It found Clinton hoping at 68 to become America’s first female commander-in-chief leading the tycoon 54 percent to 41 percent Nevertheless the former secretary of state suffered a shock loss in Indiana to Bernie Sanders who has pledged to remain in the race until the end despite the delegate math overwhelmingly favoring Clinton Clinton has already pivoted to Trump and their general election matchup "He is a loose cannon and loose cannons tend to misfire" she said Trump appearing in West Virginia coal country late Thursday for his first rally since becoming the inevitable nominee hammered Clinton on trade the Clinton Foundation and her vow to kill coal jobs — comments for which she has apologized Standing in front of miners holding signs reading "Trump Digs Coal" he pledged to re-open mines and put people back to work "Miners get ready because you’re going to be working your asses off" he said He made no mention of Ryan at the rally
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