Good afternoon: Today's PM — edited by Justin Green — is 452 words, a 2-minute read.
People supporting India's new citizenship law beat a Muslim man in New Delhi, India. Photo: Danish Siddiqui/TPX/Reuters
While President Trump enjoys a hero's welcome in India, that nation's capital is being torn apart by violent protests between Hindus and Muslims.
The big picture: Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Hindu nationalist party passed a law in December that bars Muslim refugees from citizenship.
In one New Delhi neighborhood, "Muslim residents, many of them women ... began to block a major road" during weekend protests against the law, the N.Y. Times reports.
Between the lines: Trump is seen as a hero by the same Hindu nationalist groups that supported Modi’s rise to power, Axios' Rashaan Ayesh emails.
Photo: Lucas Barioulet/AFP/Getty Images
The Louvre's special Leonardo da Vinci exhibit drew nearly 1.1 million visitors since opening in October, doubling the museum's previous record, the AFP reports.
A fun spot from Axios' Felix Salmon ... "Name that magazine: Circulation of 14.3 million, median household income of $119,000, page rate of $200,000."
P.S. Costco is reportedly considering allowing only members to make purchases at the food court.