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Today's programme comes live from Doonbeg, Co Clare.
As one of the best-known businessmen in the world, Donald Trump’s name is synonymous with money and success.
As the presenter of The Apprentice USA, he strikes fear into the hearts of young hopefuls with his catchphrase ‘You’re Fired’.
His business empire extends from the US to Asia and South America and in February this year, he expanded into Ireland when he bought the Doonbeg Lodge in Co. Clare for 15 million euros.
That’s where we’re broadcasting from today and its new owner Donald Trump, or The Donald as he is affectionately known, spoke to Sean this morning.
Joining Sean were Sean Kelly (Fine Gael); Phil Prendergast (Labour); Brian Crowley (Fianna Fail); Liadh Ni Riada (Sinn Fein) and Grace O’Sullivan (Green Party).
It was a special relationship that lasted for 14 years.
Letters between the wife of President John F. Kennedy, Jackie, and an Irish priest, revealed in today’s Irish Times, give a rare insight into the life and thoughts of the former US first lady.
The Deputy Editor of the Irish Times, Denis Staunton, was in studio in Dublin and spoke to Sean.
Having won the Best Place to Holiday in Ireland award given by the Irish Times last year, the Loop Head Peninsula is being recognised as one of the hidden gems of Irish tourism. The question though, is why did it take so long and what can other regions learn from the Loop head experience? Our reporter, Clare man (!), Brian O’Connell has been to Loop Head to find out.
On the campaign trail with other Euro candidates in the Munster constituency. Valerie Cox reports.
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Presenter: Sean O'Rourke