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Ministers ready to protest against Trump – if he actually visits

No official announcement from the White House

19th May, 2019
Finian McGrath and junior minister John Halligan

Two government ministers have said they will join protests against US president Donald Trump if he comes to Ireland, but doubts are growing about the visit next month.

Cabinet minister Finian McGrath and junior minister John Halligan, both of the Independent Alliance, have confirmed they stand over their positions expressed last year when they said they would boycott a Trump visit to Ireland. “I would be still protesting and would be boycotting any visit and...

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