According to a report by Reuters, on Wednesday, Donald Trump arrived in Ireland for the first time as US president looking to reassure the country that
Britain's exit from the European Union would work out fine for its near neighbor.
Prime Minister Leo Varadkar reportedly plans to use a meeting with Trump to underline Ireland's concerns over the departure.
Before meeting Varadkar, Trump reportedly said that he expected the premier to ask him about Brexit and said that he believed it would all work out "very well".
Trump told reporters, "The way it (the border) works now is good, you want to try and keep it that way
and I know that's a big point of contention with respect to Brexit. I'm sure it's going to work out well."