We don't want him, but he'll come anyway, they always do
No gardai and no crawling, just a taser in case of any antics - let's moderate our welcome for Trump, writes Gene Kerrigan
Okay, we've two months to prepare. We could get all uppity and start protesting against Donald Trump daring to sully our fair land, but I can't see that stopping him. It wouldn't look right, the "most powerful man the world" afraid to come to Ireland because Richard Boyd Barrett might give him a nasty look.
Besides, if he doesn't come, we won't be able to shout at him.
No, he'll come. Remember Ronald Reagan in Galway, determined to appear, despite the protesters? The limo drives past, a window comes down two inches, and we see the tips of some fingers wiggling at us. I love it when they cower.