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Just a quiet night at the pub? Trump’s sons Don Jr and Eric pull pints of Guinness as huge entourage descends on tiny Irish village where the President has a golf resort

  • The President touched down outside his golf course and hotel resort in the tiny village of Doonbeg yesterday
  • He has owned the resort on …

A smiling Don Jr reaches across the bar with a pint of Guinness as his brother Eric scans the back bar for a punter's tipple of choice

Donald Trump Jr. (centre), and Eric Trump (right), the sons of US President Donald Trump, behind the bar in Tubridy's Bar in the village of Doonbeg, Co Clare, on the first day of US President Donald Trump's visit to the Republic of Ireland

Don Jr and Eric chatted with locals and pulled pints of Guinness in the popular local watering hole on Wednesday night

Eric Trump (right) and Donald Jr then moved on to Madigan's pub in Doonbeg to serve thirsty locals

Donald Trump Jr. (centre), and Eric Trump (right), with Father Joe Haugh (left) in Igoe's Pub in Doonbeg

Crowds of well-wishers came out to  greet the Trump sons in Doonbeg, which has received enormous investment from their corporation

A supporter of U.S. President Donald Trump is seen during a visit by Trump's sons Eric and Donald Trump Jr. to a local pub in Doonbeg

The Clare village only has a population of 262 but a large percentage seemed to have taken to the streets to see the Trumps

A woman leans out of a window, smartphone in hand, to get a glimpse of President Trump's sons in Doonbeg

Marine One touches down outside the Trump International Golf Links And Hotel in Doonbeg

Mr Trump has owned the resort since 2014, in the tiny town of Doonbeg in County Clare on the west coast of Ireland

Trump supporters awaiting the President's arrival in the tiny Co Clare village of Doonbeg where Mr Trump will be staying at the golf course and hotel he bought there in 2014

Local people watch a Ceili Dance as they await the arrival of President Donald Trump in the village of Doonbeg in County Clare on the first day of his visit to the Republic of Ireland

The powerful military helicopter made for an unusual sight over the rural Irish countryside

A small group of locals came out to greet Mr Trump, who has created jobs in the village

Schoolchildren performed Irish dancing in Shannon as First Lady Melania Trump looked on, while her husband met with Irish Taoiseach Leo Varadker

Melanis posed with the dancers and musicians during the First couple's brief stop in Shannon yesterday afternoon

The First Lady was presented with a bouquet of flowers by one of the dancers, before she flew on to Doonbeg, Co Clare

There were supporters (pictured above at Shannon airport) as well as protestors for Trump's Ireland visit but villagers at Doonbeg are broadly in favour of the President

US President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump disembark Air Force One upon arrival at Shannon Airport in Shannon, County Clare, Ireland

Mr Trump met Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and referred to the Irish border as a 'wall' in a conversation about Brexit