President Trump is making a splash on his first official visit to India. As we told you yesterday, Trump was expected to speak at a massive rally in the world's largest cricket stadium. He did. The massive facility, which seats around 110-thousand people appeared to be at capacity.
During his remarks, which followed a speech by the Indian prime minister, Trump touted America's strong bond with India and also confirmed a three-billion-dollar arms deal would soon be signed. From there it was off to the Taj Mahal, where he and the First Lady, as well as daughter Ivanka and son-in-law Jared Kushner, toured India's most famous cultural attraction.
Now it’s about getting to business – and today, Trump is scheduled to take part in a host of meetings with Indian business leaders before leaving later tonight, after attending a state dinner. Speaking of “business,” according to reports, the Trump administration has a designated list of government officials deemed by the president to be disloyal and slated for removal.
According to Axios, the President isn’t interested in entertaining people he distrusts – and his desire to weed out those unsupportive “has only intensified” in the wake of his impeachment and acquittal, he has long been on the hunt for "bad people" inside the White House and other government positions.
Source: BBC News