How to deal with the Irish in a Trump world

Trump’s election has left the Irish reeling, especially those who voted for him.

The most visible victims of his victory have been the Irish, but the same cannot be said for those who have fled the country as a result of the president’s policies.

Some, like Conor Murphy, the director of a Dublin-based group, The Irish Americans, have gone as far as to launch an Irish Twitter account to help counter the backlash.

“The Irish in the United States are being bullied, insulted and demonised and we have to get our heads out of our asses and speak up and speak out,” said Murphy.

The Irish American group is not alone in its criticism of Trump.

Trump’s campaign was a direct challenge to Irish society, said Conor Murphy.

“He has said he wants to make America great again and we’ve seen what he has done to our country, especially our Irish community,” said the director.

“His rhetoric and the way he has behaved towards the Irish has been very threatening.

It’s clear that this is a man who has no understanding of the values of our country.”

But Trump’s supporters are far from the only ones questioning the country’s values.

Irish President Michael D Higgins says he has been “shocked” by Trump’s policies and is “disappointed” in his presidency.

“As a former president I am disappointed and shocked by the results of this election, which are a disgrace for our country and the future of our nation,” said Mr Higgins.

It has been my honour and my privilege to lead this country.” “

I would like to say a huge thank you to all the people of Ireland for voting for me.

It has been my honour and my privilege to lead this country.”

The views expressed in this article are the author’s own and do not necessarily reflect Al Jazeera’s editorial stance.

How to avoid a ‘bumper’ on the Royal Drive

When you’ve been on the royal road for two years, you might be used to the crowds of drivers honking their horns and honking each other’s horns, but you might not know how to avoid one.

In Houston, a recent study found that the road is not the safest place to be on the road, with people jumping off the curb, hitting cars, and even attacking cyclists.

“The problem is not just on the streets, but on the roads, because people can go up to cars and people can hit people,” said Tony Spero, a professor at Houston’s Metropolitan College of Law.

The Royal Drive is one of the busiest in the US, and one of many highways that have recently seen traffic congestion, and it’s been dubbed a “bumper” by some residents.

People have posted on social media how they’ve been hit by cars, hit by people honking and hit by bikes.

“I think the most common way of reacting to that is to jump out and hit the guy,” said Robert Fagan, a Houston resident who has lived on the street for two decades.

Drivers, including the mayor, have expressed their frustration with the congestion on the stretch of road.

The Houston Police Department says they are taking the issue seriously, and have posted a video on Facebook to educate drivers on what to do.

“We want to educate people to be aware of this problem, and be aware that people are coming to the intersection of the road and the intersection and hitting vehicles,” said police spokesperson Officer Kasey Williams.

Fagan said it’s not just the people hitting cars and hitting cyclists, but also people jumping out of their cars and then jumping into the road.

“When I saw people jumping over, hitting a car and then trying to jump into the street, I thought, that’s a dangerous situation,” he said.

He said that he has seen people jump over the curb.

But he said he’s not surprised.

A similar problem has been on display in Houston for the last several months.

In January, a motorist died after hitting a vehicle in the street.

More recently, a cyclist was killed after hitting another car on the same road.

Police say they’re taking the situation seriously, but have yet to release any details about what might be causing the problem.