Hillary Clinton begins her three-day Madhya Pradesh tour

Elias Hubbard
March 13, 2018

March 13 (ANI): Former United States Secretary of State Hillary Clinton arrived in Rajasthan's Jodhpur city on Tuesday, the last day of her four-day visit to India.

According to sources, Clinton would visit Mandu, home to historical monuments frequented earlier by Mughal rulers and other places in Dhar district on Monday.

On her visit to Mumbai, she took the time to speak about US President Trump and claimed that his voters "do not like black people" and that their "wives were told not to vote for her" during the elections. Maheshwar, 90 kilometres from Indore, used to be the capital of the erstwhile Holkar kingdom till 1818, after which it was moved to Indore.

The former US Secretary of State was in Maheshwar at the invitation of Richard Holkar, scion of the erstwhile Holkar kingdom. Clinton spent two hours going around a number the historical sites.

"Well, today I'm just enjoying the magnificent archaeological site and learning a lot of the Indian history because of this attractive palace ground".

This is said to be her personal visit to India. The magnificent Jahaz Mahal was built in second-half of the 15th century to accommodate women belonging to the royal harem.

She later left for Maheshwar town in Khargone district, where she will be staying tonight. "She even said the U.S. presidential race was the "first reality TV campaign" and Trump is a 'reality TV candidate".

Clinton will leave for Jodhpur on Tuesday and tour Rajasthan as part of her next leg of visits.

When she was asked if Trump deserved to be the President of United States, she said, "No, we did not deserve that".

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