President Donald Trump’s campaign announced the launch of “Irish Americans for Trump” Tuesday morning.
The campaign announced the launch of the coalition on St. Patrick’s Day, saying that it will be a coalition to “commemorate Irish American contributions to our economy, military, and history.”
The campaign also emphasized that Trump recently appointed former Acting White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney as the Special Envoy for Northern Ireland, a move which reportedly demonstrates ” importance of Irish peace and security to the Trump administration.”
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“This coalition will aim to bring the Irish American community together and to share their support for President Trump,” the campaign said in a statement.
Trump campaign National Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany also said that “Irish Americans across the country understand the importance of keeping President Donald Trump in the White House.”
“Re-electing President Trump ensures four more years of historic job creation, lower taxes, and putting America first,” McEnany added.
The Trump campaign has also released limited edition Irish Americans for Trump merchandise.
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