Reports of row over Trump’s Ireland visit exaggerated – Coveney

Ireland and the US are not arguing over where President Donald Trump might meet the Taoiseach if he visits, the country’s deputy premier has insisted.

Simon Coveney said reports of a stand-off over locations were exaggerated and not true.

There has been expectation that President Trump will visit Ireland on June 5 as part of his trip to Europe.

The anticipated stop would come at the end of his state visit to the UK and before he attends D-Day commemorations in France.

But with official confirmation still awaited from…
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