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Donald Trump Jr. comes to India to hawk apartments, and quickly edges into politics

MUMBAI, India - Landing in New Delhi on Tuesday to begin what was billed as an unofficial tour to promote his family's real estate interests in India, Donald Trump Jr. wasted little time before skirting into international politics.

Some of Trump Jr.'s first statements in India could be seen as crossing the line into geopolitics, showing how difficult it is to focus solely on business when you're the son of the U.S. president and you haven't been exactly shy about defending his political views, statements and policies while running his business empire.

Asked to compare India with China as a place to invest, President Donald

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