'Make It Happen': Netizens Unite To Help Young Ganesh Meet His 'hero' Donald Trump

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As United States President Donald Trump is currently on his maiden trip to India, the internet users have united to make Ganesh meet his "hero", the POTUS.

Written By Aanchal Nigam | Mumbai | Updated On:
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As United States President Donald Trump is currently on his maiden trip to India, the internet users have united to make Ganesh meet the POTUS. The heartwarming story of Ganesh Francesco Srinivasan, an Indian-American is also the result of the amalgamation of US and India. While he was living in Ohio, the doctors diagnosed the five-year-old boy with autism. But it was only the neurosurgeons in Mumbai who were able to help Ganesh with “revolutionary regenerative science of Stem cells”. 

According to Ganesh, the US President is a “hero” and wishes to meet him. Therefore, the Twitter users who are trying to make it happen are sharing posts with the hashtag, '#TrumpPleaseMeetGanesh'. According to Autism Connect, it is Ganesh's “ultimate dream” to meet Trump whose campaigns of “Make America Great Again” and “Keep America Great 2020” have also inspired the little boy. It was the same group, which not only shared the video revealing Ganesh's journey from the United States to India but claimed that it was the commonality of scientific innovation between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Trump which has benefitted Ganesh. 

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'Trump please meet Ganesh'

Thousands of netizens have tagged Trump and PM Modi in their posts urging the leaders to meet Ganesh. Most people were also seen getting emotional at the boy's story who wants to meet his "hero". Now, not only Ganesh, and his parents but several internet users hope that in the remaining hours of Trump's visit, the two meet.

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