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  • President Donald Trump-- still not used to saying that.

  • Last night, he flew 8,000 miles

  • for his first state visit to India.

  • Now, Trump's in India partly to negotiate a trade deal,

  • and partly to get his copy of the Kama Sutra signed.

  • Yeah, Trump and Melania use that book all the time.

  • Her favorite position is the one where she's on top,

  • -and he's not in the room. -(laughter)

  • Now, you might be wondering how would a country

  • full of brown people react to a visit from Donald Trump?

  • Well, it turns out, from the moment Trump arrived,

  • it was love at first sight.

  • President Trump just arrived this morning

  • for a two-day visit.

  • The president received what's being called

  • a "king's welcome,"

  • orchestrated by the Indian prime minister.

  • The president headed a massive rally

  • packed with more than a hundred thousand people.

  • A Make America Great Again rally, India-style.

  • ♪ ♪

  • They even blasted "Macho Man"

  • before the president took the stage,

  • and when he did, a show of affection

  • for India's prime minister.

  • Namaste, Trump!

  • NEWSMAN: The president is overwhelmingly popular

  • here in India, where his pro-business,

  • tough-on-terror image is widely admired.

  • I happen to like Prime Minister Modi a lot.

  • He says between the stadium and... and the, uh...

  • airport, we'll have about seven million people.

  • So it's gonna be very exciting.

  • Seven million people

  • came out to see Trump go from the airport to the stadium?

  • That's impressive.

  • Although, to be fair, it's also India--

  • there's seven million people between any two locations.

  • -(laughter) -Yeah, I mean...

  • the line at Indian Starbucks is seven million people.

  • There are Indian brides right now who are like, "No, Daddy,

  • I just want a small wedding-- no more than seven million people."

  • He's like, "Okay, Anushka, first cousins only."

  • But it is true that Donald Trump is very popular in India.

  • All right, some like him because of his anti-Muslim rhetoric,

  • some like him because of his business savvy,

  • and all of them like him

  • because his skin looks like tikka masala.

  • -(laughter) -And since India is so fond...

  • -(applause, cheering) -so fond...

  • of President Donald Jaipur Trump,

  • they pulled out all the stops for his visit.

  • NEWSWOMAN: At India's famous Taj Mahal,

  • workers paint, spruce and polish,

  • roads are renovated, and nearby, the Yamuna River rises,

  • as millions of liters of water are released

  • to cover its foul, polluted smell.

  • Preparations included a hastily built wall

  • that critics say was meant to block the view of a slum,

  • keeping thousands of poor people out of sight.

  • Yeah. India is trying so hard to impress Trump

  • that they're building new roads, cleaning up dams,

  • and even building a wall to hide their slums.

  • And you know Trump's got to love that.

  • He's just like, "You see? They built a wall,

  • "and I haven't seen a single Mexican.

  • -(laughter) -It works, folks."

  • Now, India cleaning its rivers and streets for Trump

  • might seem extreme, but if you think about it,

  • this is basically what guys do

  • whenever a girl says she's coming over, right?

  • Yeah, you make the bed, pick up your clothes,

  • hide all your junk in the closet.

  • Then she calls and says she can't make it,

  • and you're like, "Damn it! So I flushed the toilet for nothing?"

  • So clearly, India is trying to give Trump

  • a memorable experience.

  • There was, however, one tiny culture clash

  • that Trump had to deal with.

  • Donald Trump is in India this morning,

  • but he could be forced to go without his favorite meals

  • of burgers and steaks.

  • India's prime minister, Narendra Modi,

  • a devout vegetarian, plans not to serve any meat

  • to the president

  • during his visit. One person who's familiar

  • with President Trump's eating habits

  • has told the media they're worried

  • about how he'll cope with the lack of meat, saying:

  • "I have never seen him eat a vegetable."

  • (laughter)

  • I honestly don't know what's stranger...

  • the fact that Trump might eat vegetables

  • or that people are actually worried about how it'll go.

  • Because you realize the news wasn't even snarky about it.

  • They weren't like, "Ha-ha!

  • The president has to eat vegetables!"

  • They were like, "Yo, if Donald Trump eats broccoli,

  • -he could die." -(laughter)

  • So, this is gonna be hard on Trump.

  • And you know what I was thinking is what's worse for him,

  • is that cows are so sacred in India,

  • that they're allowed to just wander around in the city.

  • So can you imagine how hard that's gonna be for him?

  • He hasn't eaten beef for two days,

  • and then he's just gonna start seeing cows in the street,

  • and he's gonna be like, "Oh, my God, I'm hallucinating!

  • "All the cows I've eaten have come back to haunt me

  • -(whooping, applause) -"I'm sorry, cows. I'm so sorry!

  • So sorry."

  • But I will say, I'm impressed, because despite the beef issue,

  • Trump is making the best of his India trip.

  • In fact, he even made an effort to show the Indian people

  • how much he respects them by trying to speak their language.

  • And it went about as well as you would think.

  • India welcomes us

  • at the world's largest cricket stadium

  • right here in "Abbabad."

  • Nam-oo-stay.

  • Chiwala.

  • Gushard.

  • Sardar Patel.

  • Arshrom.

  • Suchin-tendo-kur.

  • Goosholah.

  • Go-ah.

  • Dewali.

  • As the great religious teacher

  • Swami Vive-kamunund once said...

  • (laughter)

  • Oh, man!

  • Oh, okay, even if that pronunciation was right,

  • that facial expression was so wrong.

  • That looked like the most exercise he's gotten in decades.

  • Just like, "Kum-kum-mund-nun...

  • "Kum-mund-nun... All right, that's my steps for the day.

  • I'm done."

  • Oh, man.

  • Now, now, this was really interesting.

  • After Trump butchered half the Hindi dictionary,

  • Indian Twitter lost their minds, right?

  • People were coming on, like, "Dude, it's not Nam-oo-stay.

  • "It's namaste.

  • Who messes up namaste and says Nam-oo-stay?"

  • But to those Indians, I say please, don't be mad.

  • Trump may not be able to pronounce Hindi words,

  • but he can't pronounce English words, either, so...

  • he's an equal opportunity offender.

  • And besides, think about it, it would have been way scarier

  • if Trump had come out all fluent in Hindi.

  • Can you imagine if he just came out and he was like:

  • (impersonating Trump speaking fluent Hindi)

  • Bigly.

  • (laughter, cheering)

  • It would have been weird.

  • So...

  • that was day one of President Trump's trip to India,

  • and you know what?

  • I'm proud of the president.

  • I'm really proud of him for teaching us a valuable lesson,

  • and that is: No matter how old you are,

  • you can still go to new places, make new friends,

  • and have new mind-blowing experiences

  • like eating a carrot for the first time.

  • (laughter) -And to that I say:

  • Nam-oo-stay.

President Donald Trump-- still not used to saying that.

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    Jade Weng に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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