He went ahead to express his support for Mr Trump’s America-first strategy, saying “America for Americans” and “Zimbabwe for Zimbabweans”.
It is irregular for the veteran head of state to freely back any US president.
The US forced authorizes, for example, travel bans and a benefits solidify on Mr Mugabe and his partners in 2001.
The authorizations were forced over charges of human rights misuse and race fixing.
Zimbabwe’s legislature says they brought about the nation’s monetary crumple.
Most specialists however point the finger at Mr Mugabe’s seizure of white-claimed ranches, which used to be Zimbabwe’s monetary spine.
With Mr Trump’s notoriety for being whimsical, Mr Mugabe is trusting his organization may choose to lift the authorizations.
“Give him time,” Zimbabwe’s pioneer said of Mr Trump in a meeting broadcast in front of his 93rd birthday on Tuesday
“Mr Trump may even re-look at the assents on Zimbabwe.”
President Trump has brought about worldwide turmoil over his arrangements, including his restriction on individuals from seven fundamentally Muslim nations entering the US, in spite of the fact that this has been toppled by the courts, and his vow to reconstruct the US economy on “America-first” standards.
Mr Mugabe is resolute by such approaches as he appears to relate to Mr Trump’s image of patriotism.
“With regards to Donald Trump… discussing American patriotism, well America for America, America for Americans – on that we concur. Zimbabwe for Zimbabweans,” Mr Mugabe said.
To the extent the nonagenarian president is worried, there is more trust with Mr Trump in the White House than if it had been Hilary Clinton.
“I was shocked by his race, yet I didn’t care for Madam Clinton to win it is possible that,” he said.
“I knew she could slap endorses on us as a legacy.”
President Mugabe, Africa’s most established head of state, likewise rehashed that he is not prepared to venture down from power.
“Most of the general population feel that there is no substitution, successor who to them is worthy, as adequate as I am,” he told state media.
His Zanu-PF party has supported Mr Mugabe as its competitor in races due one year from now.
A week ago, first woman Grace Mugabe said if the gathering were to handle his cadaver, he would in any case win.