The White House has lined President Donald Trump's scheduled visit to Ireland immediately after the election, which means the president will not be able to visit the golf course he bought in 2014.
The White House press secretary, Sarah Sanders, confirmed that the trip was not made after the media reported that the Irish stage of Trump's European trip had been canceled.
Trump still intends to attend the elaborate Armistice Day celebrations in France in commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War.
& # 39; The president will travel to Paris in November as previously announced. We are still finishing if Ireland will be a stop on that trip, "Sanders said in a statement.
PERHAPS THE NEXT YEAR: The White House says it's finalizing & # 39; if Trump will visit Ireland, after reports that the trip planned for November has been canceled. Here Trump plays a round of golf at the Trump Turnberry Luxury Collection Resort during the first official visit of the President of the United States to the United Kingdom on July 15, 2018 in Turnberry, Scotland
"As the details are confirmed, we'll let you know." She did not provide any additional information about the reasoning of the change, which followed a public announcement of the White House visit.
Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar said that "the US side has cited programming reasons," the BBC reported.
Trump planned to spend a day in Dublin before traveling to Doonbeg, Co Clare, where he owns a golf course.
Trump visited his Turnberry course in Scotland during his trip to the United Kingdom in July
Thousands protested against Trump's visit to Scotland, and protests were organized in Ireland
But as during Trump's trip to Scotland in July, it seemed unlikely he could escape the protesters.
Activists and politicians had announced that they planned to protest against Trump's visit.
Donald Trump had planned to go to Ireland for November 12 as a stopover on his way back to the United States after the festivities in France.
The Irish media reported that the controversial trip will not continue.
Trump's revelation about Attorney General Jeff Sessions has led to speculation that the president could finally take action against him after the elections
Irish Prime Minister, Leo Varadkar, shakes the hand of US President Donald Trump during the presentation of Shamrock Bowl at the White House in March
Leo Varadkar visited Washington earlier this year to analyze trade, immigration, climate change and human rights
Trump's visit to his Turnberry golf course in Scotland attracted thousands of protesters across Scotland. In just one incident, a Greenpeace paraglider flew over the cause, prompting the agents to quickly remove Trump. The protester carried a flag that mocked Trump as "well below the level."
The president escaped to his Bedminster golf course in New Jersey in August, and managed to sneak away on two trips to his Virginia golf course during Labor Day weekend.
Donald Trump plays a round of golf after the opening of the course of The Trump International Golf Links on July 10, 2012 in Balmedie, Scotland
The police insure the area since the president of the United States, Donald Trump, dressed in a hat with Trump and the USA. UU Exposed on it, he expects his son Eric Trump to play golf on his Turnberry golf course
The White House announced in early September that Donald Trump will visit Ireland in November.
Even the reduced trip would see Trump out of Washington during what could be a critical period. Republicans are in danger of losing the House in the November 6 elections, something that would completely transform the level of supervision suggested to the Trump White House.
Senate control is hard to predict, and Republicans are more likely to hold their 51-seat majority because of some challenges close to Democrats representing conservative states. However, the control may not be decided when Trump's scheduled trip arrives.
The increasingly angry tweets from Trump about his attorney general, Jeff Sessions, have led to speculation that the president may be planning major personnel movements during the "lame" period after the election. Trump has said that Sessions is safe during the election, but has not granted a longer guarantee.
The fate of special lawyer Robert Mueller remains a source of speculation.
The trip will continue to see him go to Paris to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War.
Last month, the White House said Trump would visit Ireland as part of a wider trip to Europe to "renew the deep and historic ties between our two nations."
In March, Irish Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and Trump met at the White House to discuss trade, immigration, climate change and human rights.
It was not announced if he originally planned to visit Northern Ireland on the short trip.
Donald Trump will not visit Ireland now after his Armistice Day celebrations in Paris in November
Earlier today, before the cancellation of Trump's visit was announced, the leader of the Fianna Fáil, Micheal Martin, told the politicians of his party that they would be allowed to protest if they wished and that "there is no difficulty" with the members. of the party exposing its opposition to its policies.
Opposition to the visit in Ireland was expressed by the leader of the Labor Party in the Republic of Ireland, Brendan Howlin, saying that Trump is not "friend of democracy nor of human rights".
Tweeted & # 39; @realDonaldTrump has not been friends with democracy or human rights. We will always be firm friends of the American people, but Ireland will not welcome a man with Trump's record of discrimination, sexism and lies. @ Labor will join like-minded people to oppose this visit & # 39;
The president of the United States was scheduled to visit Dublin on November 12 before traveling to Doonbeg, Co Clare, where he owns a golf course.
The Green Party called on the Irish government to cancel President Trump's visit, when party leader Eamon Ryan tweeted that he would organize a protest and called on others to join him.
"Help us do it if you abhor their policies on climate change, refugee migration, trade wars, military expansion, economic inequality and all the messy, misogynistic and racist spectacle."
Trump spent four days in the United Kingdom in July, having canceled a previous trip originally scheduled for February.