It also comes the day after the President announced that his White House counsel, Don McGahn, would be departing later this year.
On Friday, the White House announced the visit to Ireland would take place as part of a European tour that would also see the United States president travel to Paris for a commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the Armistice after the first world war.
President Trump is expected to arrive in Dublin after taking part in commemorations in France marking the centenary of the ending of World War I. He will attend a number of events in Dublin before visiting his golf resort in Doonbeg, Co Clare.
Today White House Correspondents Association president Olivier Knox released a statement after speaking with the Trump campaign.
Some people suggested that nobody should be on the streets when Trump does make his Ireland stop, in a complete reversal to the warmth displayed by Irish people when former American president Barack Obama visited the country back in 2011.
"It will be an opportunity to follow up on the issues discussed in the White House in March including migration, trade, climate change and human rights issues".
"Here's the problem. If I say no - the answer's no". Our two countries have such strong historic, economic, cultural and family ties.
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Now it heads to the governor's desk, where Jerry Brown has until the end of September to sign it into law. Medical devices and other items subject to federal standards would be exempt from the bill.
"The greater cause to which he devoted his life was America", said former Connecticut Sen.
"No, I don't think I did at all", he said in an interview with Bloomberg News in the Oval Office. "I have made mistakes, but I hope my love for America will be weighed favorably against them", he wrote.
The previously unreported details of the July 30, 2016, breakfast with Christopher Steele, which Ohr described to lawmakers last week in a private interview, reveal an exchange of potentially explosive information about Trump between two men the president has relentlessly sought to discredit.
Trump and McCain clashed in recent years, with the clearest, earliest public example coming during the presidential campaign in 2015 when Trump said McCain, who was held captive in Hanoi during the Vietnam War for five years, was "not a war hero", adding, "I like people that weren't captured".
Senator Lindsey Graham, who is close to Trump and a defender of Sessions, said last week he believed Trump would appoint a new attorney general but should wait until the elections, in which Republicans are seeking to maintain control of both the House of Representatives and Senate. Among those in the front row at the cathedral were Michelle Obama, Laura Bush, Bill and Hillary Clinton, as well as Dick Cheney and Al Gore.