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WATCH: How PM Narendra Modi Inspired Donald Trump In His Presidential Campaign

Will the catchphrase work?

25/10/2016 5:17 PM IST | Updated 25/10/2016 5:50 PM IST
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Signs placed on seats as people wait for a charity event hosted by the Republican Hindu Coalition.

Donald Trump had already declared that he loves the 'Hindus' and India. Now, the Republican nominee has decided to borrow Prime Minister Narendra Modi's winning catchphrase in the 2014 national election.

In a new campaign ad, Trump says, "Ab Ki Baar, Trump Sarkaar".

The advertisement has been made by the group "Republican Hindu coalition". It's the same group which organised the meeting in New Jersey addressed by Trump over a week ago.

Watch the ad here:

The ad, which begins by wishing viewers 'Happy Diwali', quotes Trump from the event he recently attended. At the event, Trump had praised Modi and said, "I look forward to working with Prime Minister Modi who has been very energetic in reforming the economy and bureaucracy. Great man. I applaud him."

It's not the first time a world leader tried to copy the Indian Prime Minister's campaign slogan.

Last year, David Cameron tried to woo the Indian community in the UK with a similar catchphrase: 'Phir ek baar Cameron sarkar'.

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