Published: Fri, September 14, 2018
Worldwide | By Jermaine Blake

Donald Trump's Upcoming Visit To Ireland Has Been Cancelled

Donald Trump's Upcoming Visit To Ireland Has Been Cancelled

White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said in a statement that Trump still plans to travel to Paris. The representative of the government of Ireland said that the visit trump was "delayed schedule", according to the with reference on the European truth.

Sanders confirmed that the Paris leg of the trip was still scheduled.

"We can confirm that the proposed visit of the United States president is postponed".

The White House announced in August that Mr. Trump would be visiting Ireland. Trump was originally meant to visit Colombia in April but scrapped the trip to remain in Washington and oversee military strikes in Syria.

"We have so many people from Ireland in this country - I know so many of them, I feel like I know all of them", the president said.

Labour Party leader Brendan Howlin tweeted that Trump "has been no friend of democracy or human rights".

He had been due in Ireland the following day.

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The U.S. President had planned to visit Dublin, and his five-star West Clare resort, on November 12th and 13th.

The White House had announced the visit earlier in September.

Trump's visit had been announced late last month, and reportedly took the Irish government by surprise.

He said last week that information regarding the intended trip came "a little out of the blue".

RTE also said the visit had been cancelled.

Trump was among the world leaders to congratulate Varadkar on becoming the country´s youngest ever and first openly homosexual leader after his election a year ago.

Two Independent Alliance Government ministers - Finian McGrath and John Halligan - had planned to take part in the protests. "I think we have to treat his office with the respect it deserves".

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