Wed, 13 May, 2020
WE may not like him; we may even loathe and despise him but Donald Trump remains the President of the United States and, considering the historic ties between our two countries, he should be given a cordial and respectful welcome to Ireland next month if, as expected, he visits here on June 6.
Fri, 17 May, 2019
WHEN NBC spokesman Mark Kornblau said recently he “never imagined a day when I would think to myself, ‘it is beneath my dignity to respond to the President of the United States’,” over President Trump’s attacks on journalist Mika Brzezinski — who Mr Trump described as “low IQ, crazy Mika” and as “bleeding badly from a face-lift” at a Mar-a-Lago party — he did what most of us would do when confronted by a boorish bully. He disengaged, hoping not to
Fri, 14 Jul, 2017
IT may not be an analogy Taoiseach Enda Kenny’s handlers might comfortably offer, but if the saga of his leadership, and particularly when it might end, was imagined as a dance of the seven veils then Mr Kenny can have only one, or at the very most two, veils left ahead of tomorrow’s Fine Gael parliamentary party meeting where it is expected but not certain, that he will clarify when he will shed the last veil.
Tue, 16 May, 2017
Tue, 08 Nov, 2016
In late 1970 the White House received a request from someone who wanted to meet the President of the United States. That wasn't unusual but what made the situation a little more unique is who the request came from - none other than Elvis Presley.
Fri, 24 Jun, 2016