Donald Trump to visit Ireland in November to ‘renew deep historic ties’
Posted On July 17, 2020
Donald Trump is to visit Ireland in November to “renew the deep and historic ties between our two nations", the White House has announced.
The US president will visit during a trip to Europe that will see him join commemorations for the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War in France.
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Mr Trump owns a golf course in Ireland – the Trump International Golf Links at Doonbeg – and has often talked fondly about the country.
He hosted the Irish prime minister Leo Varadkar and sported a green tie to celebrate St Patrick’s Day last year, following a tradition started by his predecessors.
Mr Trump joked to the Irish prime minister: "I look forward to seeing you often. Whenever you got a problem, we’ll solve it – except for trade."
He went on: “They got those taxes so low [in Ireland]. You’re a tough one to compete with, with the taxes."
Mr Trump’s European trip will be followed by a visit to South America. He will attend the G20 summit in Buenos Aires, Argentina and later travel to Columbia to talk about security and the war on drugs.