US President Donald Trump has a crucial advantage in the swing states that could re-elect him in November, said his eldest son Donald Trump Jr, citing an op-ed that suggests that 50 per cent of Indian-American voters in those states are turning away from the opposition Democratic Party to their president.
Searching for re-election for his second consecutive term, Trump, 74, faces Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden, 77, in the presidential election of November 3. Many opinion polls indicate that Biden is a few points ahead of Trump. Trump Jr, who is leading his father’s 2020 re-election bid, played a key role in raising the profile of the Indian-American community in 2016, which he has continued in the last three and a half years.
According to the article, Trump, a Republican, could be the recipient of tens of thousands of Indian-American votes across the United States. “I stirred the pot with my findings-and the air bubbles of gratitude of the Trump backers and fear of the Democrats are swirling around,” said Mason, one of the honorary co-chairs of the Trump Victory Finance Committee, to PTI after Trump Jr ‘s tweet.