President Trump has canceled a planned trip to Ireland, the Irish government said Tuesday, amid planned demonstrations to protest his climate policies, worldwide relations and treatment of immigrants, women and minorities.
Mr Varadkar said there is a standing invitation for any USA president to come to Ireland and many have in the past.
Mr. Trump, who owns the Doonbeg Golf Resort in County Clare, was last in Ireland in 2014 but then as a businessman and private citizen. "We are still finalizing whether Ireland will be a stop on that trip".
Varadkar said then that Trump's decision to accept an open invitation "came a little bit out of the blue".
The US president was originally invited to Ireland by former Taoiseach Enda Kenny on his final St Patrick's Day visit to the White House. "As primary facets are confirmed we can let".
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"The proposed visit of the USA president is postponed", an Irish government spokesman told Reuters.
Irish activists espousing left-wing and environmentalist causes had pledged to hold protests.
Less than two weeks ago Donald Trump announced he would return to Ireland to renew the deep and historic ties between our two countries.
Mr. Trump was expected to face widespread protests in Ireland.
Its not clear why the visit has been cancelled.
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He said: "It will be controversial because everything Donald Trump does these days is controversial".
Labour Party leader Brendan Howlin tweeted that Trump "has been no friend of democracy or human rights".
The United States has not had an ambassador to Ireland since Trump took office.
He had been due in Ireland the following day.
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