Day One – President Trump State Visit to India – Full Schedule and “Namaste Trump Rally” Livestreams

President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump arrive in India shortly before noon local time (1:10am ET). On arrival at the Ahmedabad airport, the first couple will head straight to Sabarmati Ashram. The Trumps will reach the venue of the “Namaste Trump Rally” at the newly built Motera cricket stadium after being serenaded along the route by artists and floats, depicting India’s diversity.   President Trump will deliver a speech at the Namaste Trump welcome rally 1:15pm local / 2:45am ET.

The US President will then leave for Agra, arriving at just before 5:00pm local (6:30am ET) to take in the view of the Taj Mahal silhouetted against a setting sun. Cars are not allowed to be drive down to the Taj, alternative arrangements for Trump remain to be seen. While Prime Minister Modi will accompany Trump to his two venues in Ahmedabad, he will not be around at the Taj.  [Livestream Links With Schedule Below]

Doorshardan National LivestreamWH Livestream Namaste Rally

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SCHEDULE

♦ 1:10am ET / 11:40am Local – THE PRESIDENT and THE FIRST LADY Arrive at Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport, Ahmadabad, India

♦ 1:30am ET / 12:00pm Local – THE PRESIDENT and THE FIRST LADY depart Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport en route to Gandhi Ashram, Ahmedabad, India

♦ 1:40am ET / 12:10pm Local – THE PRESIDENT and THE FIRST LADY visit Gandhi Ashram, Ahmedabad, India

♦ 2:00am ET / 12:30pm Local – THE PRESIDENT and the FIRST LADY depart Gandhi Ashram en route to Motera Stadium, Ahmedabad, India

♦ 2:20am ET / 12:50pm Local – THE PRESIDENT and THE FIRST LADY arrive at Motera Stadium, Ahmedabad, India

♦ 2:45am ET / 1:15pm Local – THE PRESIDENT delivers remarks at a Namaste Trump Rally, Ahmedabad, India

♦ 4:00am ET / 2:30pm Local – THE PRESIDENT and THE FIRST LADY depart Motera Stadium en route to Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport, Ahmedabad, India

♦ 4:20am ET / 2:50pm Local – THE PRESIDENT and THE FIRST LADY arrive at Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport, Ahmedabad, India

♦ 4:30am ET / 3:00pm Local – THE PRESIDENT and THE FIRST LADY depart Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport en route to Agra, India, Ahmedabad, India

♦ 5:45am ET / 4:15pm Local – THE PRESIDENT and THE FIRST LADY arrive at Agra Air Base, Agra, India

♦ 5:55am ET / 4:25pm Local – THE PRESIDENT and THE FIRST LADY depart Agra Air Base en route to the Taj Mahal, Agra, India

♦ 6:20am ET / 4:50pm Local – THE PRESIDENT and THE FIRST LADY arrive at the Taj Mahal, Agra, India

♦ 6:30am ET / 5:00pm Local – THE PRESIDENT and THE FIRST LADY tour the Taj Mahal, Agra, India

♦ 7:50am ET / 6:20pm Local – THE PRESIDENT and THE FIRST LADY depart the Taj Mahal en route to Agra Air Base, Agra, India

♦ 7:15am ET / 6:45pm Local – THE PRESIDENT and the FIRST LADY arrive at Agra Air Base, Agra, India

♦ 7:25am ET / 6:55pm Local – THE PRESIDENT and the FIRST LADY depart Agra, India, en route to New Delhi, India, Agra, India

♦ 9:10am ET / 7:40pm Local – THE PRESIDENT and the FIRST LADY arrive at Palam Air Force Base, Agra, India

♦ 9:20am ET / 7:50pm Local – THE PRESIDENT and the FIRST LADY depart Palam Air Force Base en route to the RON Location, the Grand Presidential Suite of the ITC Maurya, New Delhi, India

♦ 9:30am ET / 8:00pm Local – THE PRESIDENT and the FIRST LADY arrive at the RON Location, the Grand Presidential Suite of the ITC Maurya, New Delhi, India

~ Day One Concludes ~

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201 Responses to Day One – President Trump State Visit to India – Full Schedule and “Namaste Trump Rally” Livestreams

  1. repsort says:

    Trump wants India to become the new China, I bet.
    Why do biz with EVIL when you could do biz with India?

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    • BoreMole says:

      My work takes me to the south bay area regularly, and of course there are a lot of Indians there. And while they smartly keep quiet about their political leanings a lot of the time, I assure they are a lot more aligned with us than you would imagine.

      One of the smartest things he could do is be open about ensuring American tech jobs are staffed by Americans, while also streamlining immigration from friendly places and insuring a faster path to citizenship – nearly ALL of the Indians I know would jump at the chance to become citizens, but they are forced through a ridiculous and fully broken immigration system that they observe rewards illegal activity and punishes those who try to follow the rules.

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  2. StanH says:

    Amazing! This is wonderful, beautiful and important, but…Please Lord watch and keep our President, First Lady and extended family as they make this important trip. Please Lord bring them safely home as their fight against evil in our country has only just begun. Thank you Lord for these all the many blessings of life, watch and keep our great President Trump see them safely home. Amen.

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  3. This is one of the most positive and beautiful state visits that any American president has accomplished, yet look at the press coverage in the Muck-stream Media that acts like it’s nothing.

    UK Daily Mail has some nice photos and the article isn’t bad.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8036815/Crowds-line-greet-Donald-Melania-Trump-couple-touches-India.html

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    • wildsailor2018 says:

      Our US media does not seem to do pictures anymore. I can remember when there was a media stream for just about everything. Life Magazine used to be cover to cover photos. The Daily Mail is one of the only places left that still does this.

      Somehow the US news has become nothing but ‘opinion’ packaged as news. Who wants to read that crap?

      Even the evening news is ‘video from wherever’ but it is just a paid actor standing in front of a camera giving an opinion. Think about the guy standing in the water filled ditch reporting on ‘flooding’ while the kids ride their bicycles on the road behind him. No pictures, no videos, just paid actors rendering an opinion. Pathetic.

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      • sailor- AGREE. It is very sad.

        Let’s face it- newspapers across the country are now going out of business because of their total politicization Leftward.
        Nobody wants to read that crap so they no longer buy the paper. Even Buffet is selling off all of his newspaper holdings.
        Plus the idiot young people don’t know how to enjoy reading a newspaper or a real book.
        The school libraries have become “media centers” that are not allowed to have books.
        They have to feed kids’ addictions to computers, smart phones, etc. so they can inject the propaganda more easily.

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  4. Mary Van Deusen says:

    Just watched Trump’s stadium speech and was thrilled with it. Beautifully written, it was a paen to the best of India. It’s not just pushing trade, it’s celebrating the rights of individuals to make their own political decisions, while giving due reverence to the past and to the foundation of ideals. Absolutely magnificent speech.

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    • Guffman says:

      While I liked Trump’s speech, I thought it was just a little heavy on military/terrorist/weapons talk, and how much is being spent on all of that. Looked like he was losing some people as it went on.

      But I try not to question POTUS’ speeches, tweets, and methods too much… his instincts seem to be better than all the critics so far!

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      • noswamp says:

        The citizens of India are wary of Pakistan, who bases the Taliban in their country, no doubt the mention of terrorism was with this backdrop in mind, and the purchase of defensive weapons by India was in reference to India defending itself from Pakistan.

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  5. Tess from Philly says:

    I grew up in an area with lots and lots of Indian immigrants. Many of them (Hindus) attended Catholic school with me. Like Ronald Reagan famously said of the Hispanics, Indians belong in the Republican party. They have strong families and they work hard. Education is paramount. They are excellent neighbors. But many (most)? American Indians who are political lean very Democratic, thanks to the public school and university indoctrination camps. I hope this visit will tip things in the right direction. It could go a long way to Trump possibly capturing Jersey in 2020, but maybe I’m dreaming?

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    • 🍺Gunny66 says:

      Many of my neighbors are from India. They are very friendly and kind.
      Indians are not Muslim. They are mostly Hindu.

      Hindu describes a web of customs, obligations, traditions, and ideals (dharma) that far exceeds the Western tendency to think of religion primarily as a system of beliefs.

      A common way in which English-speaking Hindus often distance themselves from that frame of mind is to insist that Hinduism is not a religion but a way of life.

      Across the sweep of Indian religious history, at least five elements have given shape to the Hindu religious tradition: doctrine, practice, society, story, and devotion. These five elements, to adopt a typical Hindu metaphor, are understood as relating to one another as strands in an elaborate braid. Moreover, each strand develops out of a history of conversation, elaboration, and challenge.

      Hence, in looking for what makes the tradition cohere, it is sometimes better to locate central points of tension than to expect clear agreements on Hindu thought and practice.

      Basically Hindu’s believe in your spirit guiding you, not books or strict systems.

      That is why over the years many famous people have traveled to India to speak and experience their way of life.

      The Beatles, Brad Pitt, and hundreds of others that have traveled to India have had ” life changing” experiences.

      Hindu’s and Muslims have been fighting each other for centuries. Mostly on the Pakistan India border.

      Liked by 7 people

      • Doc Hellfish says:

        Here I thought the going to visit gurus was a meme (new age) created by the left to encourage westerners to turn away from Christianity

        Liked by 2 people

        • wondering999 says:

          Excellent history/fiction book about Indian doctors practicing in Ethiopia, *Cutting for Stone* mentions the early Christian followers of St. Thomas in India, a very, very old Christian community. Great story

          have forgotten the name of the author…but he was a doctor from India treati mg AIDS patients in East Tennessee for several years.

          Liked by 1 person

        • Jorizabeth says:

          Vivikananda is well known all over India as a uniting force. Vedanta Society. This philosophy expands on other religions, not diminishes them. Jai Ramakrishna Jai!

          Liked by 1 person

        • wondering999 says:

          Some history of st. Thomas at website for Soul Winners India

          Liked by 1 person

      • calbear84 says:

        Apparently, Brad Pitt didn’t learn any wisdom while in India!

        Liked by 2 people

      • pepeekeocom says:

        Years ago my wife and I spent a few months traveling by rail through out India for our Honeymoon. Absolutely a ” life changing” experience.

        Liked by 2 people

      • TMonroe says:

        “Hindu describes a web of customs, obligations, traditions, and ideals (dharma) that far exceeds the Western tendency to think of religion primarily as a system of beliefs.”

        In the current context, it looks to have been largely narrowed to regions and cultural identity with hardline differentiation most pronounced on the religious belief aspect. Modi and the BJP have reportedly been very purposeful in pushing the secular state in the direction of Hindu religion and culture support as a primary priority, with freedom of religion issues rising as a result. It’s the Hindutva push that has evidently used religion to work against the pluralist / freedom construct that respects the rights of all, which is well beyond representing national interests in matters such as trade and defense.

        Even calling it a ‘namaste’ rally in a welcome a world leader appears to be telling. The term is a religious one and roughly translates to ‘the god in me greets the god in you’ (which given the implications isn’t one that people should think is just saying howdy in a different language). Emblazoning such an event with such a term seems to send a clear message consistent with the objectives of Hindutva and the BJP.

        Here’s an article with a little more on Modi, BJP, and a tie-in to a former presidential candidate:

        https://theintercept.com/2019/01/05/tulsi-gabbard-2020-hindu-nationalist-modi/

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    • BoreMole says:

      I’ve observed exactly the opposite from Indian political leanings. Maybe thats the case after a generation or two of citizenship, but definitely not the recently immigrated.

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    • Danny Schroder says:

      We have quite a lot in Houston. Pakistani’s too. Don’t let ANYONE fool you-they are left-wing and vote almost 90% democrat. It is a ‘tribal’ thing with many of them. If the leaders say vote D, they do so unquestioningly.

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      • Doc Hellfish says:

        And they are bringing their caste system with them

        Liked by 1 person

      • Redzone says:

        Hopefully their new leader is telling them to vote R.

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      • Snow White says:

        Just look at the two lunatics commies from Seattle, Pramila Jayapal in Congress and Kshama Sawant in Seattle city council. Both immigrants from India, now politicians with communist ideas. We don’t need more of this nonsense.

        Liked by 1 person

      • Beverly says:

        For decades, India was the leader of the “Non-Aligned” faction in the UN (Actually the USSR’s cheerleading section and allies; it really meant “not aligned with the Western democracies”). So they were a constant headache for the Free World (remember that term?).

        They’ve softened somewhat since the fall of the Soviet Union, but they’re still pretty left-wing.

        Liked by 1 person

  6. wtd says:

    Donald and Melania Trump marvel at Taj Mahal during India tour https://trib.al/ycdpaq6

    Liked by 5 people

  7. Amy2 says:

    That was fantastic!! A beautiful speech by both, our first lady a vision and I must say, although I’m not an aficionado of Indian fashion, Prime Minister Modi looked quite dapper! Beautiful!

    Liked by 1 person

  8. T2020 says:

    Praying for an excellent trip!!!😇🙏🇺🇸❤️

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  9. Johnny Boost says:

    This is going much better than Hillary’s last visit to India.

    Liked by 2 people

  10. Deplorable Canuck says:

    Donald J Trump. The Man who changed the world forever!!!

    Liked by 4 people

  11. Troublemaker10 says:

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    • arete55 says:

      Is our POTUS more engaged in the beauty of his wife and the Taj Mahal…

      or the air quality surrounding the environment?

      He dreams to achieve certain perfections…

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  12. Jazcox says:

    Did Obama get this kind of welcome? I’m serious – only answer, if you know!

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  13. Doc Hellfish says:

    I do not understand why you support India. They are stealing our jobs and importing their caste system

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    • DiogenesVindicated says:

      Because any free democratic country that values work, faith, and family deserves our support. Unlike China, improving the living standard in India strengthens our bond with them. Improving the living standard in China guarantees our demise.

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  14. Troublemaker10 says:

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  15. GringoPV says:

    When does he break out the Trudeau satin jammies?

    Liked by 1 person

  16. NoFixedAddress says:

    Imagine being part of Security?

    Indian and American!

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  17. Zippy says:

    I cannot believe that a country with open sewers in major cities isn’t already infested with COVID-19. 3 cases? Give me a break…

    Liked by 1 person

  18. James W Crawford says:

    Would it not be wonderful if President Trump could establish a better relationship with India rather than pander to the Islamic radicals who govern Pakistan?

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  19. TJ says:

    Great speech. Mr. MAGA knows how to work the crowd. I feel bad for anyone who hasn’t gone to a Trump rally.

    The best democrats get, is a finger waving lecture about Russia Russia Russia, promises for Free stuff, or how great Denmark is.

    With President Trump you get pure Americana. History, comedy, energy, unity, and you leave feeling positive, not negative, dark, and mean.

    Thanks to Mr. Modi and the Indian people for this jaw-dropping reception.

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  20. SD, thanks great coverage. Better than any other media outlet.

    Been watching the landing, motorcade, and stadium speeches. Okay back to the “show.”

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  21. Troublemaker10 says:

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  22. paul busby says:

    This is Incredible . President Trump is a super hero.

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  23. In Kerala (Southern Coastal India) there are many St Thomas Churches. These Christians say that Thomas (of the apostles) came to them in the year 52 AD and brought the good news to them. There are many Christians in this part of India, with large churches and wonderful choirs. Here is a link to an Indian Quartet singing about the Lord in Tamil. The Quartet is called The Living Stones. They sing some in English and also Malayalam, their language. Very beautiful harmony.

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  24. One more, this one in English.

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