Donald Trump hosted Prince Charles and Camilla for dinner

Oscar Cross
June 6, 2019

Last night, the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall were guests of honour at the US Ambassador's residence, Winfield House, for a black-tie dinner hosted by President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump.

The US is ready to do a "very substantial and fair deal" with Britain after Brexit, Donald Trump told UK Prime Minister Theresa May at a business meeting on Tuesday.

The two men are holding a meeting at the airport, with Brexit, immigration, trade, USA support for Northern Ireland, and the E3 visa programme expected to be discussed.

It's possible Trump didn't see the mass of protestors, as he said.

"Probably you'll ask me about Brexit because I just left some very good people who are very involved with Brexit, as you know", Trump said in the leaders' meeting.

Varadkar has become a vociferous opponent of Brexit, a move Trump supports. "The president of the United States is the best president ever!"

Answering questions from the media, Trump also said that Brexit could be "very, very good for Ireland".

The meeting with business leaders at St. James' Palace will bring together 10 leading companies - five from the UK and five from the United States.

The 20-foot balloon of Mr Trump wearing a nappy had been the focal point of protests against his visit previous year, and was back by "popular demand", according to organiser Leo Murray, a full-time climate activist.


This is the moment a pensioner fan of President Donald Trump was violently pushed to the ground during an anti-Trump protest in London's Parliament Square.

Around 8,500 meals per day is requied to feed this massive security operation, and 40,000 bottles of water to keep them hydrated.

The Stop Trump Ireland coalition will stage a national protest in Dublin at the Garden of Remembrance. A small crowd of around 200 gathered at a "peace camp" set up outside Shannon Airport for the duration of the trip.

Trump is expected to play golf on Friday before flying back to the U.S.

'I think you do, I think you do, ' Trump said. Otherwise there's slight acquiescence - that's the new normal, that's acceptable. I think it changes both ways.

US President Donald Trump said Wednesday he chose to ban transgender Americans from serving in the military because they take a "massive amounts of drugs".

Ms O'Sullivan said the US President uses "schoolyard bully language" and his clear and consistent use of such language has given other people "permission to use that kind of language, racism and hatred". On Thursday, he'll commute from Doonbeg to the D-Day ceremony in Normandy, France before returning to Ireland for another 24 hours of golf and relaxation. "It's not just what Britain-USA did in World War II, it is the global order we created since then that has led to unparalleled peace and prosperity across the world and in that, President Trump stands rock-solid with the United Kingdom", Hunt further said while speaking to The Hill.

Fox News: Thousands of Trump supporters and right-wing activists took to the nation's capital on Saturday - a day after anti-Trump protesters had dominated the city.

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