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Donald Trump says he plans to visit Ireland later this year

16 March 2019, 07:55 | Devin Moran

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Amid this week's Westminster turmoil, Mr Trump criticised British Prime Minister Theresa May's handling of the UK's departure from the EU.

"It's a special place and I have a very warm spot for Doonbeg, I will tell you that".

"I don't think another vote would be possible because it would be very unfair to the people that won", he added.

Trump has previously been critical of May's Brexit deal, warning that it could "kill" a bilateral trade agreement between the U.S. and the UK.

"People often ask me what I felt on Inauguration Day when I raised my right hand", Pence said.

"We're doing trade, we're doing many many things with Ireland and it's been a wonderful friendship".

"As we celebrate our common heritage we also look to the future and work to continue peace in Northern Ireland".

Our infamously anti-LGBTQ Vice President hosted the prime minister during his visit to the White House. Irish leaders say a new formal border would put profitable commerce at risk and invoke the ghosts of the bloody conflicts in Northern Ireland known as the Irish Troubles.




Mr Varadkar also said Ireland wants frictionless trade with Britain and believes in free trade and that, while it may be years before the United Kingdom "sorts itself out", the European Union is "available to talk trade with the US". "But I think it could have been negotiated in a different manner".

But despite criticising Mrs May's approach at the negotiating table, Mr Trump reiterated his desire for a strong UK-US trade deal. I missed it last time and I would've loved to have been there.

"We have a different opinion, president", said the Irish prime minister. I mean. she's got to do what she's got to do.

Speaking about the contributions of Irish-Americans, Pelosi quoted Republican President Ronald Reagan as saying USA leadership would be lost "if we ever close the door to new Americans".

Mrs Foster, who is in Washington for St Patrick's Day, invited Mr Trump to The Open at Royal Portrush in July as she attended a lunch on Capitol Hill addressed by the President.

"But it will all work out, everything does, one way or the other".

Brexit won't spoil the relationship, even given Trump's history of turning on leaders who cross him, said Marquette University historian Timothy G. McMahon, president of the American Conference for Irish Studies.



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