President Donald Trump planning visit to Ireland

Postado Março 16, 2019

US President Donald Trump has again repeated his false claim that he predicted the result of the Brexit referendum the day before it happened.

The US President had been due to visit Ireland in 2018 but the trip was ultimately cancelled for scheduling reasons.

"You've got a very interesting view on it, and I appreciate you letting me know what's going on over there".

US President Donald Trump said on Thursday that he was "surprised at how badly" Brexit has gone and that UK Prime Minister Theresa May ignored his advice on how to better handle negotiations.

"I regret that Brexit is happening and the United Kingdom was a really important part of the European Union".

Mr Varadkar said: "I stand here this morning as leader of my country, flawed and human, but judged by my political actions and not by my sexual orientation or my skin tone or my gender or religious beliefs".

"I lived in a country where if I'd tried to be myself at the time, it would have ended up breaking laws", Leo Varadkar said, according to the Post. "But I think it could have been negotiated in a different manner".

First lady Melania Trump definitely turned heads March 14 when she stepped out in a colorful green and blue dress at the White House for a St. Patrick's Day celebration.

"I will be coming at some point this year".

The most concerning element for Ireland, Varadkar said, is that Brexit should not cause any problems in Northern Ireland, which voted to stay in the EU.

"I hate to see everything being ripped apart right now", Trump said, according to Politico. On Thursday, two weeks ahead of the scheduled departure from the EU, British lawmakers overwhelmingly backed May's motion to extend the Brexit deadline amid disagreements over the withdrawal plan. "It is just a great place", he said. Pence attempted the Irish leader's formal title, calling him "Taoiseach Varadkar".

Gardiner rejects Irish concerns about the border and said the issue has been used as a "battering ram" by European Union leadership keen to make Britain a cautionary example to other member states flirting with an exit. He was proud to be an American, but I can still hear that Irish brogue in my heart when my grandfather used to talk about the old country and his home across the pond. "One way or the other it's going to work out".