Trump's previously announced visit to Ireland in question

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"The US side has cited scheduling reasons".

The white house announced on 31 August, trump will travel to Paris on 11 November to take part in the celebration of the 100th anniversary of the end of hostilities in the First world war.

Meanwhile, Russian media reported Tuesday that Trump may meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin during the same European trip that had included the planned Ireland visit. "We are still finalizing whether Ireland will be a stop on that trip", Sanders said.

The visit by President Donald Trump to Ireland in November has been cancelled. "As details are confirmed, we will notify you about it", Sanders said.

Trump's visit was scheduled for November 12, a day after the Armistice Day celebration, and he was to spend a day in Dublin before visiting his golf course in Doonbeg on the Atlantic coast, the newspaper reports.

"I can confirm that the proposed visit of the US President is postponed", wrote Laura Durkan, a press officer with the Irish prime minister's office.

News of Trump's trip prompted several groups to announce they would be staging protests against his visit. Other protests were planned in Dublin and other Irish cities.

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Donald Trump has reportedly cancelled a deliberate day out to Eire decrease than two weeks after it turned into announced by the White Residence.

However, widespread reports emerging this afternoon suggest that he has cancelled the visit.

Ireland's opposition Green Party, which had opposed the trip, described the announcement and following cancellation as "erratic".

Mr Trump hosted the Irish Taoiseach and sported a inexperienced tie to own fun St Patrick's Day final year, following a convention started by his predecessors.

The UK campaigners behind the controversial balloon said the Irish trip was an "excellent opportunity" to "troll" Mr Trump yet again.

Brendan Howlin, the leader of the Labour Party in the Republic of Ireland, said that Mr Trump was "no friend of democracy or human rights".

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