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Trump's daughter, Ivanka to celebrate Diwali at Hindu temple

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Washing Trump's sins!

[h=1]Trump's daughter, Ivanka to celebrate Diwali at Hindu temple[/h]

October 22, 2016 21:50


Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump's daughter will celebrate the Diwali festival at a Hindu temple in the crucial swing state of Virginia with the members of the Indian-American community, who have
traditionally supported the Democratic party in the US polls.

Ivanka Trump will celebrate Diwali with Indian-Americans during her visit to the Rajdhani Temple at Chantilly on Wednesday, campaign officials and community leaders said.

This is the first time a family member of one of the two top presidential candidates is visiting a Hindu temple.

Last week, Trump attended a charity event organised by Republican Hindu Council to raise funds for Kashmiri Pandits and Hindu victims of terrorism in Bangladesh. This was also the first time a presidential candidate attended an Indian-American event. It was attended by more than 5,000 people.

The visit of Ivanka, 34, a successful businesswoman and a key figure of the Trump campaign, to the Rajdhani Temple would "go a long way in breaking the stereotype," that the campaign "represents only angry white voters," said Rajesh Gooty, an Indian-American community leader in Virginia.



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Visalakshi Ramani

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Anything that will fetch extra votes is :welcome:

including celebrating Diwali /Dasara/ Holi

and bringing in doppelgänger from the crowd (!)

How many times has the Trump family celebrated Diwali before 2016?


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Visalakshi Ramani

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U.S.A is a land OF immigrants.

The original dweller were the Native Indians.

The immigrants have come in all colours, all shapes and sizes and at different periods.

When the immigrants' support becomes essential to win the election and when most of the races of immigrants appear to be unwilling or undecided about casting their votes in favour, the easy-to-please race of eternal E.V (elichcha vaayan) from India is targeted.

Everything is forgiven/ forgotten since Diwali is to be celebrated.

I wish the memory of people is not as short lived as it seems to be now! :(

Celebrating Diwali has become a very useful Trump Card for the Trump campaign now!
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