A warm Irish welcome is unlikely to be granted to President Donald Trump when he visits the country in November.
The White House affirmed on Friday that Trump would visit the Emerald Isle to "renew the deep and historic relationships between our two nations" as part of a European tour in which he will also visit France, around the 100-year-old Anniversary of the ceasefire to celebrate the end of the First World War.
The hashtag #TrumpIsNotWelcomeInIreland tended on Twitter as hundreds of people explained why POTUS did not want to set foot on Irish soil and suggested mass protests during his stay:
When Trump visits Ireland in November, I think that it would be wonderful if absolutely nobody, and I mean nobody, would see him. Do the exact opposite of when the Obamas visited.
̵1; Dave Humphreys August 31, 2018
No, No, No, No: Trump visits Ireland in November.
I hope that every woman, man and child is ready for mass protests. Make it the biggest protest Ireland has ever seen. And about racism, misogyny and hatred. pic.twitter.com/QNXdKMVh84
– John O & # 39; Brennan (@ JohnOBrennan2) August 31, 2018
Trump arrives in Ireland in November. We can not stand him and we do not want him here. Let the protest planning begin !! I know we have something better than the #TrumpBaby in our arms ????
– Miriam Kennedy (@Miriam_Kennedy) Aug 31, 2018
Oh, for heaven's sake. #Trump arrives in Ireland in November. I'll go to the store tomorrow to make some poster colors and start working on the poster.
– Philip Nolan (@ philipnolan1) August 31, 2018
If you're ready to take a day off or strike to protest #TrumpinIreland Please retweet and like and follow. We will march to our thousands each day in every town and village in Ireland #Trump comes to Ireland.
General protests are held at noon, when Trump arrives.
– Protest Trump Ireland (@ireland_trump) August 31, 2018
Our country is an open, tolerant and hospitable nation. Donald Trump embodies everything the anthology has to the values of modern Ireland. He is not welcome. Let's get together to pay numbers to protest his visit as if he had requested his inauguration #DumpTrump
– Joe O'connor (@ Jocser99) August 31, 2018
Can not we pretend that you're out for the day? Hiding behind the sofa when he calls?
– Borghert Jan Borghmans (@StripyMoggie) August 31, 2018
The visit of President Trump does not represent the wishes of many people in Ireland who strongly opposed the regressive and harmful policies he pursued. Instead of red carpets, harps and dancing girls, he must be confronted with strong opposition voices against his political platform.
– Social Democrats (@SocDems) August 31, 2018
Trump can come to Ireland on two terms: All official engagements take place at Barack Obama Plaza, and all photos are taken right next to Barack Obama's life-size cardboard box , Take it or leave it.
– ⭐ amy o & # 39; connor @ (@amyohconnor) August 31, 2018
Trump's visit to Ireland will encourage racists and fascists in Ireland. We have a duty to mobilize against his visit to say that his policy of hatred and division in Ireland has no place.
– Stephen Lewis (@vegansmithsfan) August 31, 2018
Dear Donald Trump,
You really do not have to visit Ireland in November. Not really. Really and really not.
– Derek Landy (@DerekLandy) August 31, 2018