Twitter reacts to the news that Donald Trump has cancelled his Irish visit
Published 15/06/2016 | 15:31
Irish Twitter users have reacted to the news that Donald Trump has cancelled his Irish visit.
The Republican presidential candidate was scheduled to pay a visit to his golf and hotel resort in Doonbeg, County Clare next week.
However, information released by Trump's press team has failed to show any Irish leg to his trip, according to website IrishCentral.com.
His itinerary showed only direct flights to and from Scotland and internal flights within Scotland to visit his two golf courses.
So Donald Trump has cancelled his trip to Ireland last week... Yeah, we're gutted. pic.twitter.com/4lCTARhGvA— Nicola Bardon (@NicolaBardon) June 15, 2016
Naturally, Irish people aren't too upset by the news of the cancellation. In fact, they're pretty delighted.
They took to Twitter to share their feelings on the whole thing.
I see Donald Trump has cancelled his trip to Ireland. He's low energy. Sad!— John Balfe (@JohnBalfe) June 15, 2016
Collective sighs of relief today in Government buildings that Donald Trump is no longer coming to Ireland!— Colette Browne (@colettebrowne) June 15, 2016
Donald Trump has canceled his trip to Ireland. It was never going to go well for him in fairness.— :o (@MorrisseyEnda) June 15, 2016
Donald Trump has cancelled his trip to #Ireland next week. No loss— Greg Hughes (@GregHughes2) June 15, 2016