A possible trip to Ireland by next month could be in jeopardy because the Irish prime minister is balking at the U.S. president’s demand to meet at his there.
Instead of turning the meeting into a plug for Trump’s private business, officials for Prime Minister have suggested a historical site important to the Irish — nearby Dromoland Castle, . The stately west coast venue was the site of a meeting in 2004 between George W. Bush and Bertie Ahern, who was prime minister then.
The “Irish government feels that protocol dictates that any event it hosts for President Trump should be of their choosing — and certainly not at a hotel owned by Trump,” an Irish government source . “It is a