Taoiseach’s arrival at the White House to met US President Trump pic.twitter.com/qFEMnvPcMu
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Donald Trump says “it looks like” Russia was behind the Salisbury attack pic.twitter.com/CF7VNhiryy
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Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has met US President Donald Trump in the White House where Mr Trump said he would like to visit Ireland soon saying he has a property there that he may never get to see again.
Mr Trump described the border with Northern Ireland as “interesting” and said that the two leaders would be discussing trade, military and cyber issues.
Mr Donald Trump was asked by reporters if he would like to visit Ireland soon. He replied that he will because he loves it and has a property there that he may never get to see again.
A myriad of pro-life group presidents wrote and signed a letter they will hand deliver to Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar during his Thursday visit to the White House for St. Patrick’s Day festivities, encouraging him to uphold Ireland’s tradition of protecting life amidst calls to legalize abortion in the Catholic-dominated country.
“While St. Patrick’s Day has always been a day for the Irish all over the world to celebrate their heritage, and politics often takes a backseat on this special day, we feel we cannot remain silent because innocent lives are at stake,” presidents of the March For Life, Students For Life of America, Susan B. Anthony List, Americans United For Life, Live Action, Heartbeat International and other pro-life groups wrote in their letter to the prime minster.
Taoiseach @campaignforleo said he got a call from @realDonaldTrump after he bought Doonbeg and when his PA said who was on the phone he thought it was a “piss take” #iestaff pic.twitter.com/Bibd1GHMae
— Elaine Loughlin (@Elaine_Loughlin) March 15, 2018