Hello Everybody. I appeared on Irish national television and various radio stations supporting the President of America, Donald J. Trump. Some of the Irish mainstream media in my opinion were painting the new President of America in a very negative light. This really bothered me as no one has the right to judge or label someone else until they are proven guilty. I always knew I had a passion for politics so I became engrossed watching President Trump and Hillary Clinton battle it out for the presidential election. I was hooked, it became an addiction. I would stay up till all hours of the morning watching the entertaining rallies. I simply couldn’t get enough of Fox News. I enjoyed watching President Trump speaking his mind, his charismatic bold attitude of winning and his passion to make America great again excited me. It gave me hope that my new home to be would be prosperous when I get the green light to legally emigrate in time. Then suddenly he was elected by the majority of Americans and now he is the President of America. I want to prove to the Irish government, main stream media and the Irish public that President Donald J. Trump has the support of the Irish worldwide and by signing this petition, it will help me prove my point that he is even more loved by the silent majority. I would also like to present this signed petition to President J. Trump when he comes to Ireland. It’s very important to keep the Irish and American connection strong, after all we do have eleven million undocumented Irish people living in the States and we want to continue seeing them live there and for anyone who wants to emigrate to the States in the near future, that they have an easy transition. Be Brave and show your Irish support for a man who has given up his billionaire lifestyle to be humiliated, ridiculed and slandered in order to help the American people which will have a powerful domino effect on our Irish economy.
Please copy and paste the link of my petition just below here to sign it on line will only take a few seconds to do. Thank you so much. Sarah Louise Mulligan.