Trump shares his excitement to visit India with a morphed 'Baahubali' video
- Author: Lawrence Cooper Feb 26, 2020,
Feb 26, 2020, 13:33
Trump has called Modi "a great man and leader for the people of India", saying the people of India "are lucky to have him!" "#Namaste Trump", Ahmedabad Municipal Commissioner Vijay Nehra said in a tweet on Sunday. United States President Donald Trump has a packed schedule the moment he lands in India on Monday morning.
The highlight of his visit is the "Namaste Trump!" event at the Sardar Patel Stadium in Ahmedabad, where he is expected to address a crowd of about 120,000.
The White House has also released an official statement regarding the first couple's two-day visit. The largest cricket stadium in the world, which is brand new and lovely.
US President Donald Trump talks about Bollywood as he arrives in India for extending friendly relations between the two countries.
Hours before he departs for his much-anticipated visit to India, US President Donald Trump on Saturday (local time) said he is looking forward to being with his "great friends" in the country.
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The city police earlier said more than 10,000 security personnel, to be led by 25 senior IPS officers, will be deployed for the roadshow and the "Namaste Trump" event.
India, with a population of 1.3 billion, is the world's largest democracy - and Trump has sought to establish warm ties with Modi, who shares his populist leanings.
Rather than a wide-ranging trade deal, reports said the pair may instead sign smaller agreements covering Harley-Davidson motorcycle imports and American dairy products, as well as defence pacts. "But I can't tell you details about the school", Mr Sisodia said on Saturday after he visited a Delhi government school in his constituency of Patparganj and met teachers and students.
Social media, however, was quick to point out the sharp contrast between Trump's note and the message left by former US President Barack Obama who visited the ashram in 2015.