"So I called up under the guise I'm checking on my card, said, Where are you from? 'We are from India.' 'Oh, great. That's wonderful. Thank you very much,'" he said, speaking briefly in an Indian accent before gesturing like he was hanging up a phone. Trump did his mocking impression in broken English as he lamented call centre employees being based overseas. "You want to find out about your credit card, guess what you are talking to a person from India," he told the crowd. Â“How the hell does that work?"
Trump, known for his offensive commentaries on Muslims, Mexicans, women and other groups, has put his foot firmly in his mouth several times on the campaign trail.
Friday was not the first time the billionaire made fun of foreign accents. At a rally in Iowa last August, the Queens-born tycoon critiqued Chinese and Japanese business partners with a mocking impression in broken English.