The Taoiseach has said he's been getting a few tips with regards to what it's like to deal with Donald Trump.
Leo Varadkar will meet the US President on Thursday as part of his St Patrick's Day trip to the US.
He has been doing a number of media engagements in his time in the States, saying that he's taken the advice of the Pro-Trump Governors in Texas and Oklahoma:
Leo Varadkar has been getting advice from a couple of US State Governors about how to deal with Donald Trump on Thursday pic.twitter.com/vbdCZYJ3jB— Sean Defoe (@SeanDefoe) March 12, 2018
He was talking after a public meeting with the Choctaw Nation tribe in Oklahoma, who had donated relief to the Irish during the Great Famine.
While there, he learned how to play their version of hurling:
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar tries his hand at stickball, the Native American version of hurling that they used to play to settle disputes with other tribes— Sean Defoe (@SeanDefoe) March 12, 2018
“Sign him up” says Chief Batton pic.twitter.com/zJizQJwyrd