Visiting Ireland will not take place at the previously arranged time.
The planned visit of U.S. President Donald trump to Ireland in November, most likely, will not take place. The representative of the government of Ireland said that the visit trump was “delayed schedule”.
Press Secretary of the White house Sarah Sanders stated that the final decision about whether to stop the tramp in Ireland during a trip to Europe is still pending.
“The President will go to Paris in November, as previously announced, and we still agree on whether Ireland stop on this trip. As details are confirmed, we will notify you about it,” Sanders said.
It was assumed that trump will visit your Golf course in Doonbeg and Dublin on 10-11 November. The delegation of the White house were to visit Ireland in the coming weeks to plan the trip, but her visit was canceled.
The white house announced on 31 August, trump will travel to Paris on 11 November to take part in the celebration of the 100th anniversary of the end of hostilities in the First world war. It was assumed that trump will visit Ireland on the way to Paris or on the way back.
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