In the US, a round of accusations continues between the presidential elections in November. The issue of blacks also dominates the election campaign. Trump has also been accused by Democrats of violence against blacks in America. Along with it, Trump has mentioned former President Richard Nixon several times.
Excessive objectionable remarks have been made by former President Richard Nixon about India and Indian women. The Princeton Professor of International Relations and author Gary J. Bass quoted American tapes in his book as saying that Nixon had made objectionable comments to Indian women. A conversation between Nixon and White House Chief of Staff HR Heidelman in June 1971 reveals Nixon's mentality towards Indians.
Richard Nixon was removed from the presidency after the Watergate scandal, one of the most talked about scandals in US history. Richard also sent his ships to the Bay of Bengal in 1971 to intimidate India. Now his statements made during that time have come out. Archival data has revealed that Richard said that the most ugly looking women in the world are Indians.
Nixon said that "There is no doubt that the most ugly looking women in the world are Indians. These people are the most sexless. People question black Africans. There is least animal-like charm, but Indians are pathetic".
He made references to Indian women on November 4, 1971, saying, "They turn me off. How do they turn on other people?"
Nixon's disgusted thinking about Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi was mentioned in Gary J. Bass's 2013 book, "The Blood Telegram: Nixon, Kissinger and a Forgotten Genocide".
Nixon had blamed Indira Gandhi for the refugee influx on June 3, 1971 for sheltering millions of Bengali refugees.