Former US President Donald Trump is due to travel to Ireland tomorrow.
He last visited the country in 2019 when he went to his golf resort in Clare - which he is expected to visit again.
Law lecturer from University of Galway Larry Donnelly says it won't be a very warm reception:
'He's overwhelmingly unpopular in this country. I will say however say that in the village of Doonbeg you'd have to work pretty hard to find somebody with a lot of negative things to say about Donald Trump.
From their point of view like it or not, and I know some people do stand in judgement of the assessment of the people of Doonbeg, but from their point of view, in their isolated rural community, Donald Trump has been a godsend with the 2 to 300 jobs.'