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Seema Sirohi on the state of the race as Trump closes the gap in key battleground states.

Bottomline for India: "It does not matter whether it's Trump or Hillary because India has strong bipartisan support. Hillary, of course, is more predictable. That Trump dislikes China plays well for India."

Seema-Sirohi

Seema Sirohi


Updated Date: Oct 15, 2016 11:16 AM

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