Donald Trump cancels planned visit to Ireland

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But the White House did not immediately confirm the cancellation, saying it was still finalizing plans for Trump's November trip to Europe.

Trump had planned to spend one day in the Irish capital before traveling to a Trump golf course in Doonbeg, in County Clare. It said US officials had "cited scheduling reasons".

But White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders told reporters on Tuesday that no final decision had been made.

US politicians, including Trump's predecessor, former President Barack ObamaBarack Hussein ObamaPollster: Rasmussen Research has a pro-GOP bias Democracy is alive in Trump era Senate's antics are a reminder of why colleges need to step up MORE, have often visited the country, to which around 33 million Americans trace their heritage.

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An advance party from the White House was due to visit Ireland in the coming weeks to plan the trip but that has been cancelled.

His visit to Ireland was due to coincide.

U.S. President Donald Trump's planned November visit to Ireland has been postponed, the Irish government said Tuesday, though the White House said only that the trip was up in the air.

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Speaking to RTE radio earlier this month, Mr Varadkar said the prospect of a visit "came a little bit out of the blue". That summit, in Helsinki, led to widespread criticism that Trump was deferential to Putin and did not challenge him about Russian interference in the 2016 US presidential election.

The Green Party had called on the Irish government to cancel the visit.

As with his trip to the United Kingdom earlier this summer, a number of groups, supporting left-wing and environmentalist causes, had revealed plans to protest.

Trump had been scheduled to stop in Ireland on his way back from commemorations of Armistice Day in France on November 11.

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