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US vice president Mike Pence is set to visit Ireland and the UK on behalf of Donald Trump in September.US vice president Mike Pence is set to visit Ireland and the UK on behalf of Donald Trump in September.

US vice president to visit Ireland in September

“Under @realDonaldTrump, the economy is growing & jobs are soaring. This Monday, I will travel to the Great State of Michigan where I’ll talk to the Detroit Economic Club about why our economic agenda is benefiting businesses large & small and hardworking Americans are thriving!”

Vice President Mike Pence on Twitter: "Under @realDonaldTrump, the economy is growing & jobs are soaring. This Monday, I will travel to the Great State of Michigan where I’ll talk to the Detroit Economic Club about why our economic agenda is benefiting businesses large & small and hardworking Americans are thriving!"

“The @WhiteHouse confirms @VP Mike Pence will visit Ireland on Friday Sept 6th, after he visits Iceland and the UK earlier that week.”

Caitriona Perry on Twitter: "The @WhiteHouse confirms @VP Mike Pence will visit Ireland on Friday Sept 6th, after he visits Iceland and the UK earlier that week.… https://t.co/AUkBBQzhcX"

“Next month @VP will travel to #Iceland, #UK and #Ireland “on behalf of President Donald Trump,” announces @WhiteHouse.”

Steve Herman on Twitter: "Next month @VP will travel to #Iceland, #UK and #Ireland “on behalf of President Donald Trump,” announces @WhiteHouse."

“Vice-President Pence @VP is to visit #Ireland in September. @WhiteHouse says that he will voice US “commitment to maintaining peace, prosperity, and stability in Ireland by upholding the Good Friday Agreement". https://t.co/VtrfHVNSTQ”

Daniel Mulhall on Twitter: "Vice-President Pence @VP is to visit #Ireland in September. @WhiteHouse says that he will voice US “commitment to maintaining peace, prosperity, and stability in Ireland by upholding the Good Friday Agreement". https://t.co/VtrfHVNSTQ"

Vice President Pence will travel to the United Kingdom and Ireland to discuss potential fallout from Brexit as part of a three-country trip next month on behalf of President Trump.Vice President Pence will travel to the United Kingdom and Ireland to discuss potential fallout from Brexit as part of a three-country trip next month on behalf of President Trump.

Pence to travel to United Kingdom, Ireland and Iceland in September | TheHill

Vice President Pence will travel to the United Kingdom and Ireland to discuss potential fallout from Brexit as part of a three-country trip next month on behalf of President Trump.Vice President Pence will travel to the United Kingdom and Ireland to discuss potential fallout from Brexit as part of a three-country trip next month on behalf of President Trump.

Pence to travel to United Kingdom, Ireland and Iceland in September | TheHill

US Vice President Mike Pence will travel to Ireland next month on behalf of President Donald Trump, the White House has confirmed.US Vice President Mike Pence will travel to Ireland next month on behalf of President Donald Trump, the White House has confirmed.

Mike Pence to assert US commitment to Good Friday agreement during Irish visit

The US Vice-President is expected to stay in Clare during his two-day visit to Ireland next month. While details surrounding Mike Pence’s Irish trip are not yet set in stone, he’s expected to arrive in Dublin on Friday, September 6th, following visits to Iceland and Britain. The Irish Times reports that is envisaged that he […]

Vice President Expected To Stay In Clare For Two-Day Irish Visit Next Month - Clare FM

US vice president Mike Pence is set to visit the UK and Ireland on behalf of Donald Trump.US vice president Mike Pence is set to visit the UK and Ireland on behalf of Donald Trump.

US vice-president to visit UK to discuss Brexit on behalf of Donald Trump - The Scotsman