Mr Trump is set to travel to Europe at the start of June. He is expected to use his Co Clare resort at Doonbeg as a base for his attendance at D-Day commemorations in France. Independent.ie understands that Mr Trump will travel to Britain for a State visit between June 3 and 5. He is to travel to Ireland on June 5 before flying to France for the World War II memorial the following day. Mr Trump will then return to Ireland and will be in Co Clare on June 7 and 8. Mr Trump is expected to meet Taoiseach Leo Varadkar during his visit and the US President is likely to play a round of golf at Doonbeg. The White House is expected to confirm details of the visit within the next week. An advance team of White House officials and Secret Service agents is due in Clare in the coming days to scope out logistics and security arrangements. It follows a previous visit by US officials in recent weeks. The President was due to come last November but cancelled the trip without an explanation. On that occasion the planned stopover was on his way home from Armistice Day… Read full this story
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