Day Two – President Trump State Visit to India – New Delhi, Full Schedule

Day two of the President Trump and First Lady Melania visit to India holds a very busy schedule including: a welcome ceremony in New Delhi; a tree planting ceremony in New Delhi; a social lunch; a set of bilateral diplomatic meetings; a joint press conference; a business roundtable and a full state dinner.

SCHEDULE

11:10pm ET / 9:40am Local – THE PRESIDENT and THE FIRST LADY depart the Grand Presidential Suite of the ITC Maurya en route to Rashtrapati Bhavan, Presidential Palace, New Delhi, India

11:25pm ET / 9:55am Local – THE PRESIDENT and THE FIRST LADY arrive at the Rashtrapati Bhavan, Presidential Palace, New Delhi, India

11:30pm ET / 10:00am Local – THE PRESIDENT and THE FIRST LADY participate in a Welcome Ceremony, New Delhi, India

11:50pm ET / 10:20am Local – THE PRESIDENT and THE FIRST LADY depart Rashtrapati Bhavan, Presidential Palace en route to Raj Ghat, New Delhi, India

12:05am ET / 10:35am Local – THE PRESIDENT and THE FIRST LADY arrive at Raj Ghat, New Delhi, India

12:15am ET / 10:45am Local – THE PRESIDENT and THE FIRST LADY participate in a Wreath Laying and Tree Planting Ceremony, New Delhi, India

12:35am ET / 11:05am Local – THE PRESIDENT and THE FIRST LADY depart Raj Ghat en route to Hyderabad House, New Delhi, India

12:55am ET / 11:25am Local – THE PRESIDENT and THE FIRST LADY arrive at Hyderabad House, New Delhi, India

1:05am ET / 11:35am Local – THE PRESIDENT participates in a restricted bilateral program, New Delhi, India

1:35am ET / 12:05pm Local – THE PRESIDENT participates in an expanded bilateral program, New Delhi, India

2:40am ET / 1:10pm Local – THE PRESIDENT delivers a joint press statement with the Prime Minister of the Republic of India, New Delhi, India

3:05am ET / 1:35pm Local – THE PRESIDENT participates in a social lunch with the Prime Minister of the Republic of India, New Delhi, India

4:05am ET / 2:35pm Local – THE PRESIDENT departs the Hyderabad House en route to Roosevelt House, Ambassador’s Residence, New Delhi, India

4:20am ET / 2:50pm Local – THE PRESIDENT arrives at Roosevelt House, Ambassador’s Residence, New Delhi, India

4:30am ET / 3:00pm Local – THE PRESIDENT participates in a business roundtable, New Delhi, India

5:30am ET / 4:00pm Local – THE PRESIDENT participates in an Embassy Meet and Greet, New Delhi, India

6:05am ET / 4:35pm Local – THE PRESIDENT departs the Roosevelt House, Ambassador’s Residence en route to the RON Location, New Delhi, India

6:15am ET / 4:45pm Local – THE PRESIDENT arrives at the Grand Presidential Suite of the ITC Maurya, New Delhi, India

6:30am ET / 5:00pm Local – THE PRESIDENT holds a press availability, New Delhi, India

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8:40am ET / 7:10pm Local – THE PRESIDENT and THE FIRST LADY depart the Grand Presidential Suite of the ITC Maurya en route to Rashtrapati Bhavan, Presidential Palace, New Delhi, India

8:55am ET / 7:25pm Local – THE PRESIDENT and THE FIRST LADY arrive at Rashtrapati Bhavan, Presidential Palace, New Delhi, India

9:00am ET / 7:30pm Local – THE PRESIDENT and THE FIRST LADY participate in a courtesy call with the President of India, New Delhi, India

9:15am ET / 7:45pm Local – THE PRESIDENT and THE FIRST LADY participate in a State Banquet Welcome Ceremony, New Delhi, India

9:30am ET / 8:00pm Local – THE PRESIDENT and THE FIRST LADY participate in a State Banquet, New Delhi, India

10:55am ET / 9:25pm Local – THE PRESIDENT and THE FIRST LADY depart Rashtrapati Bhavan, Presidential Palace en route to Palam Air Force Airport, New Delhi, India

11:20am ET / 9:50pm Local – THE PRESIDENT and THE FIRST LADY arrive at Palam Air Force Airport, New Delhi, India

11:30am ET / 10:00pm Local – THE PRESIDENT and THE FIRST LADY depart New Delhi en route to Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany, Ramstein Air Base, New Delhi, India

~ Day Two Concludes ~

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152 Responses to Day Two – President Trump State Visit to India – New Delhi, Full Schedule

  1. PinotNoir says:

    Ivanka wears that outfit so much better than Justin

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  2. MaineCoon says:

    I don’t think this video has been posted yet. Apologies if it has.

    Liked by 2 people

  3. 4EDouglas says:

    Modi obviously likes PJDT. Modi would make a good “Star Wars” character. He was not a fan of OZero .” “the stupid-it is strong in this one.” type of response. The Six US next gen Nukes are good sign, too- the greenies are going nuts on that one, too.
    No,power, no water no prosperity-that is what the Green left wants for all of us “Deplorables”.
    Kind of like “untouchables.’ in India…

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  4. paintbrushsage says:

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  5. ATheoK says:

    No need for President Trump to wear flouncy Nehru pajamas and dance, wherever.
    Eat your heart out Trudeau!
    If you have at least that part of your guts left.

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  6. czarowniczy says:

    I’m seeing Trump leveraging India against China the same way that Nixon used China to leverage Russia in the 70s. Let’s hope it works out better.

    China’s looking at India, as it always has, as its biggest potential antagonist in Asia. It’s spent a shipload of money developing a dual-use commercial-military poring system to surround India as it projects its commercial and military powers into the Indian ocean. China’s also embarking on a dual-use program as it builds hydroelectric dams on the glacial-fed rivers that feed India and SEA. The dams will inefficiently provide electrical power to China as a thin cover for their real purpose, to cut off India’s already problematic access to water.

    India’s population is projected to equal, or more likely, exceed that of China’s by midcentury with the benefit of being younger than China’s population on average. Both countries are capable of absorbing massive casualty rates in the event of a war, the only question being how quickly they can recover. So with the three most populous countries on the earth (China, India and the US) locked in an environmental, political and commercial state of almost war it would behoove the US to join with India where by 2050 the US and India will have a combines population of about 2,1 billion against China’s projected 1.3 billion – again with the US and India having, on average, younger populations.

    The irritations between China and India have been going on for decades and have been slowly growing hotter. We’ll inherit India’ problems along with India but our technology added to theirs may provide some level of relief. There’s that ‘India’s Moslem issue’ too but where there’s the ability to raise living standards across the board that may prove to be less of a problem, it’s just something else we have to work on.

    India’s work ethic (a growing issue here) and rapidly increasing industrialization could prove to be a major boon when combined with US technology, if nothing else by lessening our reliance on China for hi-tech production. We’d have a joint military-industrial complex that would at least rival China’s while checking Chinese expansion as China’s internal problems sort themselves out.

    Go Trump!

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    • DiogenesVindicated says:

      Partnering with India as check on China (and Muslim states too) makes so much more sense than throwing money into our backstabbing overweight European partnerships as a check on Russia. Yes, Go Trump!

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      • czarowniczy says:

        I see it as a major step to our future survival. I’m serious when I say that the Democrats/
        Left are looking for ways to sabotage the issue.

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  7. I had saved this video from a few months ago.

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    • daylight58 says:

      That would cause mass ‘splody heads on some websites.

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    • Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

      His next video shows a statue he had made of President Trump.

      31-year-old Bussa Krishna took his worshipping of Trump to another level by installing a statue of his hero, whom he treats as Deity, as filmed in Konney Village in India’s Telangana state on Saturday. “I spent around 2,000 US dollars on the statue. I built it on my own money. I asked my parents and told them that I like Trump very much and conveyed my wish of installing the Trump statue on his birthday. I told them even if I die I want to die as a Trump fan. My parents then agreed to support me”, said Bussa Krishna.
      His rituals with the statue became popular after he posted a video reportedly attracting attention of the US president himself. But, as Krishna said, his admiration of Trump has faced some criticism. “Many people called me mental and asked me if I have a problem. All those people don’t bother me at all. In this world anybody can like anyone. I love and like only Trump”, said Krishna.

      Surprised that the IDIOT LEFTISTS haven’t gotten this guy banned from Utube yet.

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  8. EJ says:

    It will be awesome when he comes back and does the Trump version of the White Album.

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