US President Donald Trump's Ireland visit cancelled

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President Donald Trump's planned November visit to Ireland has been postponed, the Irish government said Tuesday, though the White House said only that the trip was up in the air.

His visit to Ireland was to coincide with that trip.

"The president will travel to Paris in November as previously announced", she said.

Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar opposed extending an invitation to Mr Trump when he was a cabinet minister, but changed his mind when he became PM. "As primary facets are confirmed we can let".

The president had been expected to visit the capital Dublin and his golf resort in the west coast village of Doonbeg.

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Donald Trump has reportedly cancelled a deliberate day out to Eire decrease than two weeks after it turned into announced by the White Residence.

Politicians and activists in Ireland had indicated they would hold protests during Mr Trump's visit.

"It came a little bit out of the blue", Varadkar said in an interview on RTE Radio One earlier this month. Scientists say those threats are the outcome of something for which Trump has firmly rejected government planning: climate change.

"Mr Trump is the face of hate, racism and division".

Ireland's Green Party celebrated the news of Trump's cancelled visit.

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Labour Party leader Brendan Howlin tweeted that Trump "has been no friend of democracy or human rights".

From there, Trump was also planning to make the journey to Ireland to renew the deep and historic ties between the two nations.

The President's trip, planned for November 12th after Armistice Day commemorations in France, will not now happen.

It was to be Mr Trump's first visit to Ireland since he assumed the office.

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