Donald Trump all praise for India, says US not respected

US Republican presidential front runner Donald Trump has commented on India for the first time after he entered the presidential race, saying that the country is doing great and no one is talking about it.
Donald Trump all praise for India, says US not respected
Donald Trump
“India is doing great,” Trump told the CNN in an interview on Monday. After hitting the presidential campaign trial, this is for the first time that Trump has given an inkling of his thoughts about India, even as he has been openly critical about many countries like China, Mexico and Japan in many of his speeches. 
“That was the beginning of China. That was the beginning of India, when India — by the way, India is doing great. Nobody talks about it. And I have big jobs going up in India. But India is doing great,” Trump said. 
“But that was the beginning of China. That was the beginning of India. Look at everything I told you. Everything I told you is all right, whether it’s Iraq, whether it’s Iran, whether it’s China, whether it’s India, whether it’s Japan,” Trump said referring to his CNN interview in September 2007. 
“Just look at this country. We have gone from this tremendous power that was respected all over the world to somewhat of a laughing stock,” he said.
“All of a sudden, people are talking about China and India and other places, even from an economic standpoint. America has come down a long way, a long way. The United States has come down a long way, and it’s very, very sad. We’re not respected, he added. 
Trump opts out of debate
Angry with Fox News for having in place Megyn Kelly whose questions irritated him in August, as program host for the upcoming debatewith party rivals, US Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump withdrewfrom it.Fox News refused to replace Kelly and said Trump would have to learn sooner or later that “he doesn’t get to pick the journalists”.Trump retored, “Let’s see how much money Fox makes without me.”

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