The Twitter Craic Was 90 After Trump's Ireland Visit Was Postponed

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    william
    Trump you missed the North Korean parade you should have been their and stayed there. Can we have a do over please?
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    ZapB
    Anyone else remember any time in memory that a seated President was treated like this? What has Trump done to our reputation with the world?
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    Elizabeth
    Congratulations, Ireland! At least someone in the world has sense! If only we could figure out what to do to keep him out of here!
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    Michael
    @ Any Democratic operatives who may be monitoring this article. Hammer home that EVERYONE who supports Trump supports his policies. AND, that Trump believes that KIDNAPPING as a "Deterrent" was a good policy. So if the Republican candidate supports Trump then he or she supports KIDNAPPING as "Good Policy". Do not let them say that they did not support "THAT" policy. Support the man and you support ALL of his policies. The only reason he stopped kidnapping immigrant children is because even he could not justify it NOR call it fake news. He even took money from FEMA to help pay for the organized KIDNAPPING ring HE started.
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    ARTHUR
    it was Saint Patrick's doing
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    Carl Childers
    More evidence that the IRISH CONTINUE TO BE THE SMARTEST PEOPLE IN EUROPE !
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    Anonymous
    The fact remains, that NO civilized western country wants this MEGALADON, whose intelligence is only in the 2 digit range, which corresponds to those who still kiss the feet of their Messiah.
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    Jim
    In my military career, I was able to spend some time with many wonderful people in different countries. Often I would hear them say "we like Americans, we just don't like your government." Now I hear "we like Americans, but we hate trump." They don't say "your president," they say trump. They specify the cheeto jesus as the problem. It's very telling.
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    Ravindau
    I have mixed feeling about this. Because when he's in another country...he's not here!
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    Anonymous
    The Irish clearly have better judgment on character than 35% of Americans.