A céad míle fáilte has been extended to the Trumps in Doonbeg.
The President’s eldest sons Don Jr. and Eric were toasted in the village last night as they were welcomed there by locals
Clare FM’s Gavin Grace was there.
Publican Tommy Tubridy was one of hundreds who gave the Trumps a warm West Clare welcome last night.
Though the family are no strangers to the West Clare village, this week marks their father’s first trip here as President so last night was a momentous occasion for many of those in attendance.
The two oldest Trump sons showed their appreciation
Despite protests in some corners for the duration of the visit, it appears Doonbeg has extended a warm welcome to America’s First Family.
Renowned healer and Doonbeg native Michael O’Doherty says despite people’s political views, there’s no getting away from the boost it’s giving to the Long Village.
Paul Markum from nearby Kilmurry McMahon was dressed for the occasion, wearing a green brimmed hat that was topped with the red white and blue of the US, along with a striking red tie that President Trump himself would have favoured.