Tuesday September 22, 2020

No ministers will greet Trump during Clare visit

Government sees Doonbeg trip as personal visit

Michael Brennan

Political Editor

3rd June, 2016
Enda Kenny has criticised Donald Trump in the Dáil Pic Getty

Taoiseach Enda Kenny and his ministers are set to stay away from US Presidential candidate

Donald Trump's impending visit to Ireland.

Kenny had criticised Trump's comments as "racist and dangerous" in the Dáil earlier this week and added that there was an alternative to vote for, in a clear show of support for the likely Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton.

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