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President Trump and wife Melania visited the Taj Mahal Monday, hours after the US President gave a rousing speech to more than 110,000 in a cricket stadium in Ahmedabad, India.
The President and first lady strolled over the grounds of India’s most famous attraction, taking in the sights. It was a rare opportunity for the President to visit a cultural site, on a international visit.
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Trump, who once owned the Trump Taj Mahal hotel and casino in Atlantic City, N. J., was inspired by the Indian emblem, never the Indian side visited up to now. The President’s daughter Ivanka Trump and her husband Jared Kushner were also shooting on the hand, in front of the building.
U.S. President Donald Trump and wife Melania Trump, as you visit the Taj Mahal in Agra on February 24, 2020. (Photo: Mandel NGAN / AFP) (photo: MANDEL NGAN/AFP via Getty Images)
Earlier, Trump was welcomed by large crowds at the rally, where he announced a $3 billion deal, sent the state-of-the-art military helicopter for the country.
The rally with the title “Namaste Trump,” was a continuation of the “Howdy, modes” event Trump instead of Prime Minister Narendra modi in Houston last September.
Trump’s motorcade passed a seemingly endless crowds in Ahmedabad, with many cheering and waving American flags on the way to the 110,000-capacity Sardar Patel stadium, where the rally was carried out.
Large posters were distributed throughout the route shows the modes in addition to Trump and his wife Melania.
A man takes a selfie with portraits of US President Donald Trump and the Indian Prime Minister, Narendra modi, painted on a wall in front of the Trump visit in Ahmedabad, India, Tuesday, Feb. 18, 2020. Trump is scheduled to visit the city, during his Feb. 24-25 Trip To India. (AP Photo/Ajit Solanki)
To see In the vicinity of the entrance to the stadium, and the camels, on both sides of the road were greeting the motorcade, and described by the commentators as a “camelcade.” The largest cricket stadium in the world seemed to be full, with Banner ads Trump’s name as a whole.
To hear modes, and trump came on the stage, the song “Macho Man” by the Village People was playing at the stadium. When the music stopped, she came out on stage, and the two leaders held the arms of each other in the air.
Shortly after the each country, the national anthem played, modes, started and spoke to the crowd about common values and ideas, such as Trump sat on the chair next to Melania. All three were in a large bulletproof chamber, took most of the stage.
When modi handed over to Trump podium, the President thanked them for the welcome which he received, added that he and Melania given to hospitality.
“America is always said faithful and loyal friends to the Indians,” Trump. He announced that he will sell $3 billion worth of state of the art helicopters and other equipment to the country.
“I am pleased to announce, to sell that tomorrow will be our representative to sign deals for more than $3 billion, said in the absolute best state-of-the-art military helicopters and other equipment of the Indian armed forces,” Trump.
He also announced that his government’s cooperation with Pakistan to crack down on terrorists in the country. At the same time he called his relationship with Pakistan is “very good.”
“The United States and India, are also firmly United in our iron determination to defend our citizens against the threat of radical Islamic terrorism,” Trump said. “Our two countries have to be hurt, through the pain and the anxiety of terrorism and terrorism itself.”
Trump gave his predictions on poverty and the future of India on the heels of a year 2019, the United Nations Development programme, the report said that of the 271 million people, the poverty from 2005 to 2017.
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“India is said to soon be home to the largest middle class anywhere in the world,” Trump. “And within less than 10 years, the extreme poverty in their country is projected to disappear completely. The potential for India is absolutely incredible.”
The Associated Press contributed to this report