NEW DELHI: India and Prime Minister Narendra Modi today got a surprising and gigantic thumbs up from Donald Trump in his trademark hyperbolic style. China, then again, got a tongue lashing from the US President. Trump complimented India for being the world’s biggest vote based system and for accomplishing “bewildering” development. He lauded PM Modi for bringing the nation’s kin “together as one…very, effectively”. In the meantime, in what was viewed as sharp censure to China, Trump railed against exchange hones he said have put Americans out of work and cautioned that the U.S. would no longer “turn a visually impaired eye” to exchange mishandle, revealed AP. Trump made these remarks at an address at the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit of CEOs in Vietnam, where he arrived prior today from a trek in China. The US President’s commendatory remarks about India and PM Modi come a long time after an exceptionally fruitful lady meeting between the two pioneers in Washington in August. “India is commending its 70th commemoration. It’s a sovereign majority rule government, too as…think of this… (one) of more than one billion individuals,” said the US President today, with the twist he has come to be known for. “It’s the biggest majority rules system on the planet,” he included.