The Irish premier has said he would never criticise people protesting at the visit of US president Donald Trump to Ireland.
Leo Varadkar said he did not agree with Donald Trump in many matters but that the office of the US president had to be afforded respect.
His comments came ahead of the anticipated visit of Mr Trump to the country in June following a state visit to the UK.
Speaking in Dublin, Mr Varadkar said: “This is a democracy, and peaceful protest is part of democracy, and I would certainly never criticise anyone…
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