Joe Biden. then American Vice President, Joe Biden with Taoiseach Enda Kenny at Government Buildings in Dublin, June 21, 2016
In an interview on Midwest Radio….
….the former Taoiseach said he was filled with excitement, joy and gratitude at Mr Biden’s victory. He expects him to have a “massive agenda of restoring some sort of respect for the United States around the world”.
Mr Kenny remarked on the fact that there had been an enormous vote in the US election and suggested this “probably related to the fact that Trump had been very provocative on a number of issues”, which really brought out the “polarised peoples of America to vote”
Earlier: Two Realites Diverged
Sinn Féin leader @MaryLouMcDonald says she believes the election of Joe Biden as US President is good for Ireland in many ways, including on #Brexit. She asks Taoiseach @MichealMartinTD how he plans to work on a cross-party basis in the crucial coming weeks in the Brexit process pic.twitter.com/U5Mm45fFzV
— RTÉ News (@rtenews) November 10, 2020