There’s a new political action committee that aims at gaining support of Indian-Americans for Donald Trump, NBC News reported.
The group “Indian-Americans for Trump 2016” was registered with the Federal Election Commission on Jan. 21. Discussions for the group began in December.
A.D. Amar, the group’s president and a business professor at Seton Hall University, told NBC News Trump’s stances on illegal immigration and the economy as key factors for the group’s support. He also said the group iliked the fact that Trump said he would not take money from PACs or other groups.
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Amar believes the perceived difference between Trump's style and his management will translate to a change after the election.