Multiple Trump supporters were attacked on Tuesday by far-left activists in London during President Donald Trump's visit to the United Kingdom.
"We have millions of Irish and I think I know majority because they are my friends", the US President said. "You are truly some of the most incredible people in the world and I hope we've made you very very proud and I hope we've made Ireland very proud".
Speaking in Doonbeg, he said: "I think it's a great cead mile failte (Irish welcome) for him to Ireland and to this historic village".
"I think it will all work out very well, and also for you with your wall".
"I intend to request a visit to go and see [U.S. trade representative] Bob Lighthizer and to have a conversation", Mr Farage said, adding that "if we have to independently, as the Brexit Party, set up a blueprint for what needs to be done, we will". I'm sure it's going to work out very well.
Though they focused on different causes, they were united in their rejection.
Video taken during an anti-Trump protest in central London on Tuesday captured a group of men assaulting and knocking an elderly fan of President Trump to the ground. "We're the largest investors in each other's economies, with mutual investments valued at as much as $1 trillion".
USA president Donald Trump promised a "phenomenal" post-Brexit trade deal with Britain as he met outgoing prime minister Theresa May on Tuesday (4) to boost their frayed alliance against a backdrop of protests and political turmoil.
Donald Trump had to be reminded that Ireland does not want a border with Northern Ireland after he compared the situation on the island with the wall he wants on his own frontier with Mexico.
A bigger protest is planned for Thursday afternoon in Dublin.
"He's the president of America and there are almost 200 countries in the world, so I don't think it's possible for him to have an in-depth and detailed understanding of issues in every single country", he told reporters.
A spokesperson for the protest organisers said: "Trump's motorcade was forced to drive by just hours after the President said he had not seen any demonstrations during his visit".
Trump's sons, Eric and Donald Jr., joined the festivities, going from pub to pub posing for selfies and buying drinks for the patrons from behind each bar.
AFP selects five key moments from his three day state visit to Britain, whirlwind trip for talks in Ireland and pilgrimage to France for the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings.