President Trump to Visit Ireland
One-day visit comes after a state visit to the UK
President Trump will be traveling to Ireland early next month to spend time meeting with the Irish Prime Minister, as well as staying at one of his golf resorts. His visit will follow a three-day state visit to the United Kingdom and will come before his travel to France to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the landings on Normandy on D-Day in World War II.
President Trump last visited the island nation in 2014, before his election as President. The Irish government has had a standing invitation for his visit since his election in 2016. Secret Service Agents have already traveled to Ireland to prepare for the security needs of the President’s visit. Due to security and logistical concerns, the President is unlikely to visit any major city in the nation.
- For the president to have safe travel to and from Ireland.
- For the Secret Service to effectively prepare for the security needs of the President.
- For President Trump to have clear and open communication with the Irish government during his visit.