Dublin: U.S, President Donald Trump’s Ireland visit has been postponed due to scheduling reasons, the Irish government announced on Tuesday.
“The proposed visit of the U.S. president is postponed,” an Irish government spokesman told CNN. “The U.S. side has cited scheduling reasons.”
In early August, Trump announced that he would visit Paris to attend events on November 11, which marks the 100th anniversary of the armistice that ended World War I. It was decided that he will make a stop in Ireland.
Trump’s visit was criticized by a number of groups in Ireland as including a number of ministers in the government.