The Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has revealed that the US President Donald Trump could visit Ireland this coming June.
Speaking in Chicago, following his visit to the White House Earlier this week. Mr Varadkar said that President Trump could make his visit in June as part of his upcoming visit to Europe.
Although no date has been officially set, the Taoiseach said it could be possible that the pre could stop off in Ireland following Day commemorations.
However it has also been speculated that the US President could instead visit in December, following his trip to London, where a NATO conference scheduled to take place.
The news of a possible date comes as President Trump told reporters earlier this week that he hopes to visit Ireland this year.