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The bronze bust of Obama stands in the Barack Obama Plaza in Moneygall, Co. Offaly.
In 2014, Donald Trump promised that if he ever ran for president, he would release his tax documents. It might be time to remind him.
We’ve all been there (well, kind of). Watch this cringe-y moment from St. Patrick’s Day at the White House.
A major force behind immigration reform and legalizing the Irish.
Fulmoth Kearney, Obama’s Irish ancestor from Moneygall, has been memorialized and identified after 136 years.
Adams had earlier declared the entry delays as an “unacceptable development.”
Since JFK's trip to County Wexford in 1963, almost every President has traveled to their ancestral home in Ireland.
Michelle Obama’s original Irish ancestor has been traced and named as Andrew Shields.
But what of the President just changing the name? Can he do that?
New York's a small world, especially when you're Irish. Be nice to strangers. You'd never know who they are!
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