It’s reported President Trump will not be allowed fly to Ireland to escape the inauguration of Joe Biden.
There have been rumours over recent days that the outgoing US President could fly to Ireland next week to play golf in his family’s Doonbeg resort, especially after the Scottish government ruled out permitting him to fly there to play at Turnberry.
Now, however, The Star reports a government spokesperson as saying that it strongly advises against any international travel into Ireland for non-essential purposes, and they have not been made aware of any plans for a potential visit.
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A source at Shannon Airport has also told Clare FM that they have not been notified of any potential arrival of the President there.