U.S. President Joe Biden visited Ireland for a few days in April 2023. The trip spanned the island of Ireland from Belfast to Dundalk, to Dublin and on to Mayo. A number of alumni were in attendance at several of the events and some got the chance to meet the President. If you have further stories of meeting with the Presidential motorcade, attending speeches or dinners or cheering on the streets, please do let us know!
— Chris MM Gordon (@chrismmgordon) April 12, 2023
"It's hope that built both our nations… Together we have to keep working towards a future of greater dignity". Honored to be in @windsorbar15 Dundalk for a visit and remarks from @POTUS with an intro from @MichealMartinTD#BidenVisit @USEmbassyDublin @irishusalumni ???? pic.twitter.com/WIaLF22pDx
— NighDoLámhaNic (@NiamhNic) April 12, 2023
— Paula Melvin (@PaulaMelvin) April 17, 2023
Glorious Morning for a CUP O’JO.
What a Finish by @POTUS in #Ballina Last night. Hey @POTUS44 @MichelleObama @StateDept @WhiteHouse …Hug them hard when they return @DrBiden and co completely smashed it at a time when both nation need all the good vibes ? cc @IrishUSAlumni… https://t.co/xqWyDh3Sqo pic.twitter.com/Q1LontAQQ3
— Lye (@LyeOguns) April 15, 2023
A great evening after stormy weather today. Great to be invited to share the occassion with @IrishUSAlumni @USEmbassyDublin and hear @POTUS & @MichealMartinTD remind us of the higher order objectives that unite us & lift our hearts. https://t.co/tUErp9BfRE
— Declan Dunne (@DdunneDunne) April 12, 2023