Wow, says Ivanka Trump and dials relative on FaceTime to show Taj

Ghughuti Bulletin

AGRA: US president
Donald Trump’s daughter
Ivanka Trump made a FaceTime call to her relative to make him have a glimpse of one of the seven wonders of the world, while she toured Taj along with her parents on Monday.

This was revealed by her guide, Kamalkant Gupta (47), who told TOI that Ivanka Trump, and her husband
Jared Kushner were very excited and Ivanka made a video call to her relative to make him part of their experience. He described to be “down to earth and humble”

He said Ivanka was thrilled to see Taj and her fist expression was “wow”. “Ivanka said that it is unbelievable that someone could make such a monument for someone he loved,” said Gupta.

Gupta said that she clicked several photographs on the Diana seat and was extremely impressed with architecture of the Taj. She wanted to see the main mausoleum but due to protocol, she could not.

He said that Ivanka expressed the desire to visit
Taj Mahal again and her husband was particularly interested to know about the inlay work. He said the dignitaries gave a chance to almost everyone who were present there to click photographs with them.

“The grandeur and beauty of the Taj Mahal is awe inspiring!” she posted on her Instagram page with several photographs of her with husband. Ivanka visited India to attend the Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES) in Hyderabad in November 2017, and had dinner with global delegates at the Taj Falaknuma Palace. She praised Modi for proving that “transformational change is possible”.

The guide who had shown the monument of love to Trump’s daughter had shown it earlier to the vice president USA, Mrs Jill Biden, in August 2007, US ambassador to India Timothy J Roemer and his family in 2010.

In Video:
Watch: Ivanka spends quality time with husband Jared at Taj Mahal

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