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Poll: How do you feel about Donald Trump's visit to Ireland?

Official confirmation of his itinerary is expected in the coming days.

Image: Patrice Lapointe via PA Images

US PRESIDENT DONALD Trump is set to visit Ireland for a number of days next month.

Trump is due to visit the UK and France at the start of June for the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings. Sources say he is expected to arrive in Ireland, where he will stay at his Doonbeg resort in Co Clare, on Wednesday 5 June.

It’s expected he will then head to France for further World War II commemorative events the following day, before returning to Doonbeg for another overnight stay. 

A US advance team is expected in the country in the coming days, and an official confirmation of the itinerary is also expected.

So this morning we’re asking: How do you feel about Donald Trump’s visit to Ireland? 

Poll Results:

I'd rather he didn't (8031)
I don't care (4254)
I'm glad he's coming (3983)

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