Ross plays trump card in a battle of political cringe

9th June, 2019

Donald Trump’s visit to Ireland was predictably entertaining, if a further reminder why some climate experts are forecasting the imminent destruction of mankind.

Having spent many hours in the air en route last week – he certainly would have had enough time to get two or three movies in – you might think Trump would have done cursory homework on one of the biggest threats in the history of this state: Brexit. Or...

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