New Delhi (CNN) US President Donald Trump has become the seventh US President to visit India since Dwight D. Eisenhower touched down in 1959 to cheering crowds on the tarmac . Six decades later, Trump received a similar rapturous welcome Monday, touching down in Ahmedabad in western Gujarat, the home state of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. […] In exchange, the United States agreed to work towards full civil nuclear cooperation with India. […] “India and the United States went from being very disenchanted with each other to now actually cooperating very closely on a whole range of strategic issues,” said Jaishankar. […] Trump has repeatedly accused tech companies in the United States of using the program to replace Americans with cheaper foreign workers.
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