Why I travelled from Ardfinnan to America to vote for Trump
The US working classes have had enough of greedy neo-liberalists who have sowed disunity for too long
Published 13/11/2016 | 02:30
I voted for Donald Trump. My journey from Shannon to America last Monday morning was to do just that.
I cut my return trip to the US tight as my husband had recently broken his shoulder in Ireland and his recovery was slow. But, shoulder pain aside, we were not about to forgo our opportunity to put Trump right where he belongs - in the White House.
In the stark, cold dawn of Ardfinnan, Co Tipperary, my husband's niece, Saidhbh Sweeney, bundled us and our luggage into her tiny car and transported us to Shannon Airport.