Donald Trump comes to know about Sir Don Bradman for the first time in a hilarious way
US President Donald Trump came across Don Bradman's name in his recent visit to Ohio.
Updated - Sep 25, 2019 12:10 pm
Sir Donald George Bradman, also known as Don Bradman in cricket. He played for Australia for about 20 years and ended his career as one of the legendary cricketers of the World. Don Bradman holds the record of highest average in Test cricket. In 52 national caps, he had scored 6996 runs with an average of 99.94. People know him around the globe but the President of USA during his visit to Ohio for a business venture found himself stuck in a cheeky situation when the name of Don Bradman was brought into the conversation
Donald Trump in his recent visit to Ohio with Australian PM Scott Morrison put him in a confusing state when Australian billionaire Anthony Pratt decided to use the name of legendary cricketer Sir Don Bradman in between their conversation. His reaction was amazing when Anthony Pratt talked in cricketing terms.
Donald Trump doesn’t know about Don Bradman
Pratt called Morrison, the Prime Minister of Australia as ‘Don Bradman of Australian job creation’ but Trump had no idea who the legendary Australia cricketer was, “The PM is the Don Bradman of Australian job creation,” Pratt was quoted as saying by 10daily.com.au. At that particular moment, Pratt went onto clarify about famous cricketer to Donald Trump “Don Bradman was our Babe Ruth.” Babe Ruth was a legendary American professional baseball player, who played the game from 1914 to 1935.
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this is very funny to me
— Josh Butler (@JoshButler) September 23, 2019
Earlier of his visit to Ohio, he attended a mega event of ‘Howdy, Modi!’ at NRG arena in Houston where he discussed the close cooperation between India and USA. According to Trump, India has access to the finest products in the worlds that are marked ‘Made in the USA’. He also disclosed the NBA association with India and “Wow, sounds good. Next week, thousands of people will gather in Mumbai to watch the first-ever NBA basketball game in India,” US President as said as quoted by Indian Express.
On October 4 and 5 Sacramento Kings and Indiana Pacers will play two pre-season games, along with that NBA has invited 3,000 boys and girls from more than 70 participating Reliance Foundation Jr. NBA schools in Mumbai to attend the event. The NBA India Games has taken a step ahead and will also host NBA Cares community outreach efforts to help fans of all ages across Mumbai.