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US President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania have wished Indians a happy Diwali. Trump has lost the election. However, until now he has not accepted it.
US President Donald Trump, First Lady Melania have wished the Indian community a happy Diwali. Apart from them, President Elect Joe Biden and Vice President Elect Kamala Harris greeted the Indians on the festival of lights. Kamala Harris of Indian origin said- Happy year.
What did trump say
A statement was issued from the White House on the occasion of Deepawali. In this, President Trump said- First Lady and I wish you a very happy Diwali. Stay with friends, neighbors and loved ones in this festival of lights and celebrate it as the victory of good over evil. May there be victory over light over darkness, knowledge over ignorance. Will burn in every house. Be it home, office or place of worship. This festival gives us the traditional message of hope and dedication. Brings them into our lives.
Trump continued – America is a country of faith. I am proud that my Government has protected the constitutional rights and faith of citizens. Wherever Americans light with lamps, this will be the light of our freedom. Wherever Deepawali is being celebrated in the world, we once again wish this festival to all those people.
Best wishes by biden
On January 20, President Bideen, who is going to be sworn in as President, said – Congratulations to millions of Hindus, Jains, Sikhs and Buddhists on the festival of lights. I and Jill Biden wish you the very best. Hope that the coming year will progress in your hopes, happiness and prosperity. Happy year Biden will turn 78 on November 20. He will be the oldest president in American history.
What did Kamala Harris say?
Indian-origin Kamala Harris, who is going to become the first woman Vice President of American history, also wished Indians a happy Diwali. He tweeted for this. Harris wrote- Happy Deepavali and Happy Sal. Douglas (husband) and I hope that in every part of the world you will be celebrating Diwali safely, healthyly and happily.
Kamla recalled India's memories after winning the election last week. Harris's mother hailed from India. The Vice President Elect has kept those memories alive in many speeches.