The dos and don'ts of being a 'Sporting Taoiseach'
Every taoiseach must walk a tightrope when it comes to mixing sport and politics
Now, given his role as Taoiseach, it is impossible to escape Varadkar at all the main sporting events in this county.
He was at the Ireland v Austria match in Dublin’s Aviva Stadium last month with his partner Matthew Barrett. And there he was last Sunday on the podium accompanied by his new female aide-de-camp Comdt Caroline Burke, when Galway hurling captain David Burke lifted the Liam McCarthy cup up into the air.
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