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Three Big Takeaways from President Donald Trump’s Successful Trip to India

 

The White HouseWashington, D.C. – President Donald Trump just concluded a historic trip to India, returning with some notable accomplishments alongside Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, James Jay Carafano writes for Fox News.

“Over 100,000 people packed a cricket stadium to hear Trump and the Indian prime minister reprise the [Howdy Modi] event in Houston, Texas a few months ago.”

President Donald J. Trump and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi walk along a cordon of cultural performers upon President Trump’s arrival Monday, Feb. 24, 2020, to Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport in Ahmedabad, India. (Official White House Photo by Shea Craighead)

President Donald J. Trump and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi walk along a cordon of cultural performers upon President Trump’s arrival Monday, Feb. 24, 2020, to Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport in Ahmedabad, India. (Official White House Photo by Shea Craighead)

The two leaders sealed a deal to boost our defense partnership. “The United States and India have forged something new and unprecedented . . . We know that from the most distant Pacific Island to the Middle East we have each other’s back.”

Trade deals are coming: “India knows it’s time to change. With now the fifth-largest economy, it is time to harness that economic potential to drive real growth. Nothing will make that happen faster than partnering with the U.S.”

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The Women’s Global Development and Prosperity Initiative (W-GDP), spearheaded by Advisor to the President Ivanka Trump, aims to advance women’s economic activity by dismantling regulatory barriers to success. According to a new Council of Economic Advisers report, by fully removing these legal barriers, annual global GDP would grow by $7.7 trillion, Anthony B. Kim writes in The Daily Signal.

CNN caught heat yesterday “for publishing a report that refers euphemistically to a newborn baby as a ‘fetus that was born.’ As it turns out, though, CNN is not even close to being the first newsroom to deploy this nonsensical term to refer to newly born infants. There is a long history of newsrooms deploying this dystopian gobbledygook in service of promoting the pro-choice line,” Becket Adams writes in the Washington Examiner.

Senate Democrats yesterday blocked legislation that “would require babies who survive abortion to be provided with the same medical care as any newborn of the same age born prematurely.” President Donald Trump has repeatedly called on Congress to end late-term abortions and pass pro-life legislation. Nearly 80 percent of Americans support medical treatment for babies who survive abortion, Dr. Susan Berry writes in Breitbart.


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