Dissing the Donald just doesn’t make sense
Enda Kenny’s ill-considered remarks about Donald Trump make things awkward
Can you imagine the reaction in the Irish Embassy in Washington when word came through that Enda Kenny had described Donald Trump’s remarks as ‘racist and dangerous’ and had encouraged Americans to vote for somebody else?
I have no doubt that ambassador Anne Anderson has been carefully watching Trump’s extraordinary and unexpected progression to becoming the Republican party’s presumptive nominee for November’s presidential election.
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