US President Donald Trump will visit Ireland in November, the White House has confirmed.
He hasn't visited Ireland since he was inaugurated in early 2017, but will visit here as part of a trip to Europe where he'll also take in Paris.
In a statement, the White House says he'll travel to France for the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I.
NEW: Pres. Trump to travel to Paris in November "to participate in a November 11 commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the armistice that ended the fighting in World War I," White House says. He will also travel to Ireland. https://t.co/y9aptFQXJo pic.twitter.com/0HClpSL5UA
— ABC News (@ABC) August 31, 2018
President Trump has a property in Ireland, which is based in Doonbeg in Co. Clare. It's not known what he plans to do when here or if he'll pay a visit to Trump International.