On the eve of his trip to India, Trump tweets out a video of himself as Baahubali

President Trump is due to spend two days in India, beginning on Monday. Before heading out, he posted a tweet in which he praised his “great friends in INDIA.” Included in the tweet was a video based upon Baahubali 2: The Conclusion, an Indian picture that tells the story of a daring man in ancient India who becomes involved in an old feud between two warring groups of people. In this version of the video, however, Baahubali’s head is replaced by Trump’s head. In addition, there are cameos of Melania Trump, the Trump kids, and Prime Minister Modi and his wife.

The video is a great reminder that, if you refuse to allow yourself to be constrained by the social justice warriors' demands regarding political correctness and cultural appropriation, you open yourself up to a wider range of activities, including imaginative praise for a foreign country.

Here’s the video, which is great fun:

One can understand why Trump retweeted it, for by doing so he highlights the warm, friendly relationship between Trump and Modi. As India’s News 24 reported, America’s leader and the leader of the world’s largest democracy have a good relationship:

Setting the tone of his visit earlier this week, Trump had said that although India doesn't give the US a fair deal, he is coming because he likes Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

"I congratulated Prime Minister Modi. I said, 'But, you know, you have 1.5 billion people. I have 350 million. You have an advantage'," Trump had said in Las Vegas.

"We're going to India, and we may make a tremendous deal there, or maybe we'll slow it down. We'll do it after the election. I think that could happen too. So we'll see what happens.

"But we're only making deals if they're good deals, because we're putting America first. Whether people like it or not, we're putting America first," the US President had said.

In addition to the above feel-good tweet, and clearly as part of his administration’s initiative to help gays and lesbians in lands more censorious than America, Trump had earlier tweeted out strong praise for a Bollywood gay romance:

The response to Trump’s Baahubali was positive both in America and in India, including an acknowledgment that Trump scored a small diplomatic success by tweeting a video that includes India’s First Lady:

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was demolished for donning traditional Indian clothes while he and his family traveled there. The problem was that Trudeau is a complete virtue-signaling leftist who buys into all the identity politics shibboleths. Therefore, he should have known better than to aspire to India fashion statements.

By reject those shibboleths, Trump is free. It’s a wonderful thing.

President Trump is due to spend two days in India, beginning on Monday. Before heading out, he posted a tweet in which he praised his “great friends in INDIA.” Included in the tweet was a video based upon Baahubali 2: The Conclusion, an Indian picture that tells the story of a daring man in ancient India who becomes involved in an old feud between two warring groups of people. In this version of the video, however, Baahubali’s head is replaced by Trump’s head. In addition, there are cameos of Melania Trump, the Trump kids, and Prime Minister Modi and his wife.

The video is a great reminder that, if you refuse to allow yourself to be constrained by the social justice warriors' demands regarding political correctness and cultural appropriation, you open yourself up to a wider range of activities, including imaginative praise for a foreign country.

Here’s the video, which is great fun:

One can understand why Trump retweeted it, for by doing so he highlights the warm, friendly relationship between Trump and Modi. As India’s News 24 reported, America’s leader and the leader of the world’s largest democracy have a good relationship:

Setting the tone of his visit earlier this week, Trump had said that although India doesn't give the US a fair deal, he is coming because he likes Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

"I congratulated Prime Minister Modi. I said, 'But, you know, you have 1.5 billion people. I have 350 million. You have an advantage'," Trump had said in Las Vegas.

"We're going to India, and we may make a tremendous deal there, or maybe we'll slow it down. We'll do it after the election. I think that could happen too. So we'll see what happens.

"But we're only making deals if they're good deals, because we're putting America first. Whether people like it or not, we're putting America first," the US President had said.

In addition to the above feel-good tweet, and clearly as part of his administration’s initiative to help gays and lesbians in lands more censorious than America, Trump had earlier tweeted out strong praise for a Bollywood gay romance:

The response to Trump’s Baahubali was positive both in America and in India, including an acknowledgment that Trump scored a small diplomatic success by tweeting a video that includes India’s First Lady:

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was demolished for donning traditional Indian clothes while he and his family traveled there. The problem was that Trudeau is a complete virtue-signaling leftist who buys into all the identity politics shibboleths. Therefore, he should have known better than to aspire to India fashion statements.

By reject those shibboleths, Trump is free. It’s a wonderful thing.