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Poll: Would you join anti-Trump protests if he visited Ireland?

The US President owns a golfing property in Co. Clare.

A 'Trump baby' balloon that's being flown at Westminster today.
A 'Trump baby' balloon that's being flown at Westminster today.
Image: Yui Mok/PA Images

DONALD TRUMP IS continuing his visit to the UK and will meet Queen Elizabeth in Windsor today.

The US President will not be spending much time in central London with large protests being held there and in other British cities.

Trump is also due to travel to Scotland today to visit a golf course he owns in Turnberry.

He owns a similar golfing property in Doonbeg in Co Clare and there are suggestions he may visit during his time as president.

Today, we’re asking if you’d participate in similar protests if there was a US presidential visit here.

Poll: Would you join anti-Trump protests if he visited Ireland?


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