20200224: “Kem Chho Trump”, or “How Are You Trump?”

Here we go, folks! The time difference between NYC (Eastern Time) and New Delhi is 10 hours and 30 minutes (don’t ask how the 30 minutes happened, please). Keep that in mind when looking for coverage. Schedule is listed below. Here’s the map for reference.

Here is Channel 18 in India. Everyone is dancing…. Kettle Drums, reporters out on the parade route. Wowwwwwwwwww. They’re definitely psyched about Melania! Look at the pretty umbrellas!

CNN is offering a “somewhat” English version live feed. Actually, the Indian ones are better.

Media will go live about 30 minutes after this post:

Regular Channel 9 in India is streaming live right now. You guy have to see the commercials. They have a countdown clock going as well.

SCHEDULE for February 24th, 2020:

  • 11:40AM: Arrive in Ahmedabad, at Sarhar Patel Int’l Airport
  • 12:15PM: Visit to Sabarmati Ashram
  • 1:05PM: Namaste Trump event at Motera Stadium
  • 3:30pm: Leave for Agra (Taj Mahal)
  • 5:15pm: Tour of Taj Mahal ( at sunset)
  • 5:45pm: Leave for New Delhi
  • 5:45pm: Arrive in New Delhi at Palam Air Force Station

SCHEDULE FOR TUESDAY February 25th:

  • 10:00AM: Reception at Rashtrapati Bhawan
  • 10:30AM: Wreath laying at Samadhi of Mahatma Gandi at Rajghat
  • 11:00AM: Meeting at Hyderabad House with PM Modi
  • 12:40pm: Exchange of agreements and press statement at Hyderabad House
  • Luncheon hosted by Modi
  • Round tables all afternoon with Industry Execs
  • 7:30pm: Meeting with President Ram Nath Kovind at Rasshtrapati Bhawan
  • 10:00pm: Depart for the USA.

Here is the super duper detail of the itinerary in a video: https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/videos/news/namaste-trump-heres-the-detailed-itinerary-of-us-presidents-2-day-visit-to-india/videoshow/74272786.cms

Please follow the Times of India for details: They’re so excited. https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/us

Let the comments flow, and let’s see where we stand in the morning. Chances are, by the time the rest of the world wakes up, it will be over for the day.

………. might have to stay up tonight……

125 thoughts on “20200224: “Kem Chho Trump”, or “How Are You Trump?”

    1. Where are photos and reports of today’s events in India? I haven’t seen even one! Supposedly there were several events scheduled in New Deli..I don’t get it.

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    1. The only people that hate President Trump are D-Rats and America based MCM.

      Folks in other countries either like President Trump, respect him but disagree with his policies or dislike him personally.

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    1. This was a special designer outfit by Hervé Pierre – the metallic brocade sash lined with patterned silk was fashioned from vintage Indian textiles.

      Our First Lady really put a lot of thought into this garment – to honor India. It’s a regal garment worn by a regal lady.

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  1. I was thinking about the extraordinary welcome and treatment POTUS and Melania have received in India (and elsewhere)…

    These countries honor and respect DJT because he stands for his country – nationalism is actually very important to most countries – except for decaying Western Europe, who has lost sight of what has meaning in life.

    India, and the Asian countries value tradition and history, and they CELEBRATE their world. But the other important part is they see President Trump not only as strong, but a man of his word, and caring for others besides his own. POTUS is genuine in their eyes, and honor means a great deal to these countries. He gives them respect, and it’s why the world respect him.

    He’s revered and honored because he’s been firm and true. What a gift we’ve received.

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    1. …and I never once heard the term “Election Abnormalities” associated with his re-election. But then Holder and Soros provided their best counsel just prior to the election ….. He is a disgrace.

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  2. When I visited the Taj Mahal, it was very early morning shortly after sunrise. Behind the Taj is a river (Ganges?) and we saw a funeral pyre ceremony out in the river. I’m not certain, but I think they have been either banned (pollution and too much wood used) or at least greatly restricted. There was no question, it really did cause tremendous smoke for hours..it was surprising how large it was.
    Obviously done in the days when sanitation was factor, today I imagine there are “commercial” cremation facilities that are acceptable for the religious traditions. (Probably less expensive, as well)
    It was a touchy issue because of the religious aspect and would take great effort and a period of time to re-educate the public.
    Of course, while this was going on people were also bathing and fishing in the river.

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