Today marks a great day for both India and the United States as President Donald Trump visits India to strengthen relations between the countries. Videos and pictures of PM Narendra Modi welcoming the US President and his wife Melania Trump are already viral across the Internet with hashtags like #TrumpIndiaVisit storming on Twitter.
But what’s amusing are the netizens who within minutes have their hilarious twists to events. As always, this visit has Twitterati’s radar, and the social media platforms are already floated with memes all over.
From references from movies like Munna Bhai MBBS to cricketers M.S Dhoni and Mohit Sharma’s funny reactions on Donald Trump not taking their, but Sachin Tendulkar and Virat Kohli’s name during their speech – everything has its own twist taken by the memers.
Check out some of the most hilarious memes below:
— Vishal Saini (@vishal_saini_vs) February 24, 2020
— Tweetera🐦 (@DoctorrSays) February 24, 2020
— छोटे सरकार (@ChoteeSarkar) February 24, 2020
— Vaishali Singh (@imvaishalisingh) February 24, 2020
— Satvik Kedia😎 (@KediaSatvik) February 24, 2020
Trump hearing modiji speech be like : pic.twitter.com/XSA6FJypnT
— Ahmed Kolim 🇮🇳 (@kolim_official) February 24, 2020
— Muhammad Kashif (@Follow2Kashif) February 24, 2020
— Struggler (@humourwalli) February 24, 2020
Trump comes out of airport
— Sparrow_at_Bangalore_Airport (@drfishrespect) February 24, 2020
Donald Trump: PM Modi told me, 10 million people will come to watch me
Meanwhile PM Modi:
— Yashasvi_talwar (@talawar7) February 24, 2020
— Vikas Singh Chaudhary (@Vikascasm) February 24, 2020
Meanwhile, The crux of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ‘Namaste Trump’ was to showcase the personal bond between him and US President Donald Trump; he called him “my friend, India’s friend”.
“There is so much that we share: Values and ideals, spirit of enterprise and innovation, opportunities and challenges, hopes and aspirations,” Modi said.
Connecting the United States and India through two statues — the Statues of Liberty and the Statue of Unity, PM Modi smartly positioned India as a nation that has much in common with the United States.
Modi in his welcome address at the ‘Namaste Trump’ described the US President Donal Trump’s visit as the beginning of a new chapter in Indo-US relationship.