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Poll: Should Enda Kenny meet Donald Trump when he comes to Ireland?

Michael Noonan has “nothing to say” about Trump’s visit.

DONALD TRUMP HAS announced he is coming to Ireland later this month.

The Republican US presidential nominee plans to visit Trump International Golf Links & Hotel in Doonbeg, Co Clare.

His announcement comes just days after the Taoiseach branded certain comments made by Trump as “racist and dangerous”.

A spokesperson for Finance Minister Michael Noonan, who met Trump when he visited Ireland in 2014, said he has “nothing to say” about Trump’s plans this time around.

If Trump becomes US president, Enda Kenny may have to work with him in the future – and give him some shamrock.

We want to know: Should Enda Kenny meet Donald Trump when he comes to Ireland?


Poll Results:

No (13107)
Yes (5858)
I'm not sure (799)

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