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Sit With Hitlist | Sunny Leone on Supporting Donald Trump | Joe Biden | Barack O

Sit With Hitlist | Sunny Leone on Supporting Donald Trump | Joe Biden | Barack O

Sunny Leone expressed her support for Donald Trump while clarifying that she disapproves of any inappropriate behavior. She emphasized the importance of trusting facts, regardless of the political figure involved. Sunny shared her strong opposition to Barack Obama and Obamacare, citing the struggles her brother faced due to increased healthcare costs, affecting his small business as a chef in the U.S. Concerns over tax fraud arise from these issues, leading her to be cautious about discussing politics openly. In her view, America is built on choices, and she exercised her right to vote in the past and intends to continue doing so in the future, advocating for the significance of civic engagement. #sunnyleone #sitwithhitlist #donaldtrump #joebiden #biggboss #entertainment #interview #mayankshekhar Watch the full interview here:   

23 July,2023 09:43 AM IST
 Himanta Biswa Sarma’s ‘Hussain Obama’ tweet sparks row

Himanta Biswa Sarma’s ‘Hussain Obama’ tweet sparks row

Assam chief minister Himanta Biswa Sarma’s comment on Barack Obama’s statement on minority rights in India stirred a controversy. In a tweet, he said there are many "Hussain Obamas" in the country and the state police will act according to its priorities. The Opposition was quick to hit back at the Assam chief minister. Sarma’s tweet was in response to a journalist’s tweet who posed a question asking if any FIR has been lodged against Obama for hurting religious sentiments. Congress spokesperson and social media head Supriya Shrinate was quick to attack Sarma on his tweet. Shiv Sena (UBT) MP Priyanka Chaturvedi also reacted to Sarma's tweet. Meanwhile, Nirmala Sitharaman had attacked Obama too, stating that the US had bombed several countries with Muslim majority population and former Commisioner of US Religious Freedom Body said that we should spend more energy on complimenting India than criticizing. 

26 June,2023 04:16 PM IST | Mumbai
Nirmala Sitharaman slams Barack Obama's minority remark

Nirmala Sitharaman slams Barack Obama's minority remark

 Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on June 25 hit back at former US President Barack Obama. In an interview with CNN, Barack Obama said that India must protect its minorities, or it would ‘pull apart’. “If I had a conversation with PM Modi who I know well, part of my argument would be that if you do not protect the rights of ethnic minorities in India, then there is a strong possibility that India at some point starts pulling apart. We have seen what happens when you start getting those kind of large internal conflicts,” Former US President Barack Obama had said in an interview with CNN. To his comments, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman retaliated and gave a scathing reply.

26 June,2023 12:15 PM IST | Mumbai
Barack Obama at agricultural exhibition in Mumbai

Barack Obama at agricultural exhibition in Mumbai

Barack Obama visits an agricultural exhibition, attend a democracy expo and interact with farmers in a Rajasthan village through video conferencing.

08 November,2010 12:00 PM IST
Bill Clinton endorses Barack Obama says he can build new economy

Bill Clinton endorses Barack Obama says he can build new economy

He argues that Obama deserves a second term so he can continue to guide the country out of the economic disaster he inherited. Video courtesy: NDTV

06 September,2012 11:32 AM IST
Final US presidential debate  Make or break for Barack Obama and Mitt Romney

Final US presidential debate Make or break for Barack Obama and Mitt Romney

It's the last stretch for the US presidential elections and campaigning is at fever pitch. The third presidential debate will take place tomorrow and both - US President Barack Obama and his Republican rival Mitt Romney - are hoping to own it. Video courtesy: NDTV

22 October,2012 10:23 AM IST
US election Barack Obama Mitt Romney

US election Barack Obama Mitt Romney

Mitt Romney has won in Indiana, a state won by President Barack Obama four years ago. Romney is also the winner in South Carolina, a state where Obama is deeply unpopular. Those states have 20 electoral votes between them. Obama has won his home state of Illinois, as well as Mitt Romney's home state of Massachusetts and Vice President Joe Biden's home state of Delaware. Video courtesy: NDTV

07 November,2012 09:11 AM IST
Barack Obama is the right choice for US Kamala Harris

Barack Obama is the right choice for US Kamala Harris

Kamala Harris, the Indian-American Attorney General of California, talks about Barack's Obama chances of getting re-elected. An Obama supporter, she outlines the reasons why women voters will put their weight behind the Democrat Presidential nominee. Video courtesy: NDTV

07 November,2012 10:27 AM IST
Hope Barack Obama gives peace a chance says Imran Khan

Hope Barack Obama gives peace a chance says Imran Khan

As Barack Obama gets set for his second stint at the White House after being re-elected as the US president, Pakistani cricketer-turned-politician Imran Khan has expressed hope that the former will put an end to the drone strikes in his country Video courtesy: NDTV

11 November,2012 12:14 PM IST
Barack Obama renews oath for second term

Barack Obama renews oath for second term

Barack Hussein Obama renewed his oath of office at midday on Monday, ceremonially marking the beginning of another four years in the White House, calling for "fidelity to our founding principles" while also embracing "new responses to new challenges." Video courtesy: NDTV

22 January,2013 10:47 AM IST

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