#ModiTrumpMeet: Some of the funniest tweets PM Modi’s visit to the US resulted in

#ModiTrumpMeet: 'Find you someone who will hug you like Indian PM Modi just hugged President Trump,' 'Get you someone that look at you the way Modi look at Trump,' are just some of the reactions Modi's 'explicit display of love' has generated on Twitter feeds. 

By: Trends Desk | New Delhi | Updated: June 27, 2017 12:11:02 pm
Washington DC: Prime Minister Narendra Modi meeting the President of United States of America (USA), Donald Trump, at White House, in Washington DC. (Source: PTI)

Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his much-awaited visit to the United States met President Donald Trump and let’s say, we think the latter’s infamous handshake finally met its match in Modi’s equally popular hug. As the two world leaders pledged to eradicate ‘radical Islamic terrorism’ and agreed on how they were important social media leaders, people on Twitter decided to go to town reading in-between the lines and how! From the obvious hilarious jibes at Modi’s ‘too close and personal’ hug and hilarious photo captions on the leaders’ photos, Twitterati sure seemed to have had a field day.

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Check out some of the funniest tweets doing the round of the micro-blogging site after the #ModiTrumpMeet.

A quick look through Facebook and Twitter and you’ll know, Modi hugging Trump and then clutching onto his hand before he finally (phew!) decides to leave him has already become a hit meme! And we are not surprised! Not one bit!  “Find you someone who will hug you like Indian PM Modi just hugged President Trump,” “Get you someone that look at you the way Modi look at Trump,” are just some of the reactions Modi’s ‘explicit display of love’ has generated on Twitter feeds.

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Jokes apart, the two leaders gave a joint press statement wherein they laid primary focus on ‘destroying terrorism’ and ‘commitment towards strong India-USA bilateral relations.’

“Trade, commerce and investment are key areas. Technology, innovation and knowledge economy are also areas we are actively looking at. We consider USA a valued partner in our flagship programmes. We discussed the problems arising due to terrorism and radicalisation. We agreed to work closely on boosting maritime trade and cooperation. Destroying terrorists and safe havens will be our aim,” are excerpts from PM Modi’s presser with Trump.

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