Melania says this on great reception in India

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Trump's "first official trip to India this week demonstrates the value the US places on the US-India partnership", Pompeo said in a tweet on Thursday, a day after the President returned from his historic two-day visit to India with stops in Ahmedabad, Agra and New Delhi.

Asked about the unrest, Mr Trump said: 'I want to leave that to India'. Trump mentioned the importance of Indian diversity multiple times in his speech on Monday and acknowledged that concerns about religious freedom and India's months-long detention of political leaders in Kashmir were discussed privately.

Trump, before his India visit, had said that PM Modi had told him that 5-7 million people would line up to see him.

EU Trade Commissioner Phil Hogan said a decision by Washington to delay until March 18 a hike on USA tariffs on Airbus from 10 per cent to 15 per cent was "a signal that the U.S. [is] willing to give this window of opportunity a chance". "That was really a worthwhile trip", he added. The go to of President Donald Trump to India shared widespread targets and paved the best way for additional cooperation in key areas corresponding to vitality, protection, people-to-people relations and Indo-Pacific coordination.

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One Facebook advertisement features Trump and first woman Melania Trump standing in the front of the Taj Mahal, the report included. Along with Trump's family, the top brass of his administration including National Security Advisor Robert O'Brien also visited the nation on February 24 and 25.

In terms of the crowds, the rally at the North Carolina Coliseum with a capacity of 13,000 will be a let down after the after the Ahmedabad "Namaste Trump!" event attended by about 120,000 people.

The pact is for Indian professionals who contribute social security, but can not bring it to India, resulting in an amount of $12 billion simply parked in the US.

United States President Donald Trump has recently addressed the media at a press conference at the White House, Washington DC, on February 26. Wonderful trip, but glad to be home! In defence manufacturing and trade Trump's visit has nudged a deal for India to purchase $3-billion in USA military equipment toward completion, including the sale of Apache and MH-60 Romeo helicopters.

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