Donald Trump has officially arrived in Ireland, and we have the video to prove it
Donald Trump will make his first presidential visit to Ireland today.
Mr Trump has officially arrived in Ireland.
He flew into Shannon Airport, and it is expected that he will spend the vast majority of his time at the Doonbeg golf resort which he owns.
An Garda Síochána published details relating to matters of security, travel and access around the areas where Donald Trump will be for the duration of his visit, which is expected to last two nights.
It is not anticipated that any significant disruption will be caused to Shannon Town which remains open for business. Similarly, normal flight operations will continue at Shannon Airport. Passengers are advised to leave extra time for getting to the airport and through security.
However, no on street parking is allowed anywhere within the "Shannon Airport environs" except in designated areas. There will also be additional security at, and surrounding, the airport.
As the presidential motorcade drove from Shannon to Doonbeg, footage was captured by a local.
The social media manager for Wild Irish Seaweeds sent us over a video, which shows Donald and his entourage arriving in Ireland.
In the video, a number of black SUVs can be seen, getting escorted by a significant number of police.
So yeah, he's officially on Irish soil.
All the while, thousands of people are expected to take to the streets tomorrow, to protest Donald's visit.
The Stop Trump Ireland coalition will stage a national protest in Dublin on Thursday at the Garden of Remembrance.
Together Against Trump will hold an outdoor event on Eyre Square in Galway this evening.