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Russians to invade Trump’s luxury Irish golf resort

Up to 100 wealthy Russians will visit Doonbeg, Co Clare, to celebrate St Patrick’s Day

12th March, 2017
US president Donald Trump

Up to 100 wealthy Russians will descend on Donald Trump’s luxury resort in Doonbeg, Co Clare, to celebrate St Patrick’s Day.

The Sunday Business Post has learned that the group of oligarchs and their large entourage plan to stay in the US president’s hotel and march in the St Patrick’s Day parade in Ennis.

The election of Trump as president of the US has been popular in Russia...

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