Placards at the ready, Trump wants to come here in June

automaticforthepeople

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Seems that the Donald has some down time in June and rather than take him off to canvas ahead of the mid term elections, he's going to be hid in his Clare hide away behind the wall he wants to build.
Failte Ireland and Clare County Council Chairman will once more reprise their fawning routine backing up Leo in his efforts, all to the back drop of thousands of angry placard waving citizens.
Seems he also wants to take up the invite from last year issued by Arlene and the recently beatified Martin McGuinness. What a Summer we all have to look forward to.

https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/northern-ireland/us-president-donald-trump-to-visit-northern-ireland-report-36741752.html
 


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What a fantastic honor that would be to welcome a sitting President early within his term. Brilliant stuff. He must have a soft for Ireland must Mr. Trump. We should all be feeling very privileged if this proves to be so. If this is that 'white privilege' is I keep hearing so much about they I'm all in for it. Imagine the money the Country would generate from tourism for this State visit?
 

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Seems that the Donald has some down time in June and rather than take him off to canvas ahead of the mid term elections, he's going to be hid in his Clare hide away behind the wall he wants to build.
Failte Ireland and Clare County Council Chairman will once more reprise their fawning routine backing up Leo in his efforts, all to the back drop of thousands of angry placard waving citizens.
Seems he also wants to take up the invite from last year issued by Arlene and the recently beatified Martin McGuinness. What a Summer we all have to look forward to.

https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/northern-ireland/us-president-donald-trump-to-visit-northern-ireland-report-36741752.html
Great News!

Lets give Him a real Céad Míle Fáilte!:cool:
 

Mick Mac

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Maximum triggering.
 

Bleu Poppy

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Make it abundantly clear that 'Ireland of the Welcomes' does not object to Trump's visit. We welcome him, with open arms, but take the opportunity to protest, with dignity, and peacefully, against his policies. Just as we did when Reagan came to tour town and country.
 

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Plenty of orange wans in the North for the big orange palooka.

He will no doubt be throwing Ian Paisley Jnr a bone for protecting that golf club project which is a scar on Ballintoy.
 

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Will Leo go with the harp a lovely ladies again?
 
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Great news. Looking forward to having President Trump visit one of his lesser known dominions.
 

moresthepity

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Its Trump' s world. We just live in it.

An anti-establishment genius who got himself elected POTUS.

I'll be there to greet him.
 

gijoe

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Seems that the Donald has some down time in June and rather than take him off to canvas ahead of the mid term elections, he's going to be hid in his Clare hide away behind the wall he wants to build.
Failte Ireland and Clare County Council Chairman will once more reprise their fawning routine backing up Leo in his efforts, all to the back drop of thousands of angry placard waving citizens.
Seems he also wants to take up the invite from last year issued by Arlene and the recently beatified Martin McGuinness. What a Summer we all have to look forward to.

https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/northern-ireland/us-president-donald-trump-to-visit-northern-ireland-report-36741752.html
I presume you mean welcoming placards?
 

LISTOWEL MAN

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imagine the courage it takes to go up against the Clintons and walk away in one piece
 

OrderoftheDragon

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Can't wait to welcome the Donald....even better to watch the liberal establishment clowns tie themselves up in knots. Varadkar has already made a fool of himself.
 

NativeWildCat

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I suspect our middle class The Guardian reading Anti-Fa will be spitting out their lattes in rage and telling mumsy that they're going back to the training camps first thing in the morning.

[video=youtube;5LMVzBDMLy4]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5LMVzBDMLy4&feature=youtu.be[/video]
 
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Im sure if he does come he get all the required and expected formal welcome from the irish goverment and that's only right (because it a head of state visit & could send a bad message out we didn't, also it could damage irish American trade)

however the private irish people should make it clear that hes not welcome here at all, we should make it clear that as a person & a president hes a disgrace not fit to walk on this land!
 

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Rich Boy Barrett will be delighted. Trump is his hero.
 
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Im sure if he does come he get all the required and expected formal welcome from the irish goverment and that's only right (because it a head of state visit & could send a bad message out we didn't, also it could damage irish American trade)

however the private irish people should make it clear that hes not welcome here at all, we should make it clear that as a person & a president hes a disgrace not fit to walk on this land!
The Wha?
 


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