- While accompanying their father on a check out to Ireland, President Donald Trump’s sons, Eric and Donald Jr., reportedly left of a bar without paying their tab.
- The siblings offered to buy “everyone in the house” a drink, the bar’s owner, Caroline Kennedy, informed the Irish Mirror
- Several outlets later on reported that the bar had not gotten any payment from the Trump brothers.
- The bar rapidly came to Eric and Don Jr.’s defense on Facebook, claiming they had been “exaggerated” and were “paid in complete.”
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There’s been some confusion over whether President Donald Trump’s boys, Eric and Donald Jr., paid their bar tab recently.
While checking out the Trump International Golf Hyperlinks and Hotel in the town of Doonbeg, Ireland, the set embarked on a club crawl that took them to The Igoe Inn Bar and Dining establishment, a regional hotspot that’s been operating in Doonbeg for more than 3 generations.
There, they were welcomed by locals and presented with an image of Doonbeg’s castles. They were also asked to pour a few beers.
“I stated, ‘Come on lads, you have to can be found in and pull a beverage,’ so they did,” Caroline Kennedy, the facility’s owner, told the Irish Mirror “They thanked everybody for their assistance and for coming out to fulfill them and said there was a drink for everybody in your home and it was their little gesture.”
The Irish Mirror later published a video of the see in which Don Jr., indeed, uses to select up a round. “Take pleasure in, all right?” he tells the crowd. “On us!”
After the Trump kids left without right away bearing the cost, Kennedy reportedly made a joke that the siblings didn’t bring any money.
“We’ll get the cash later,” she told the Irish Mirror “I do not think we need to stress over earning money for that. I do not believe they carry money. We were informed it ‘d be all arranged later on so there’s no issue.”
The event appeared like a mix-up– till outlets like the Irish Post and the Daily Monster started reporting that Kennedy needed to send out the expense to the Trump golf course since the check had not been covered immediately.
On Saturday, The Daily Beast clarified that the bar had actually been given a purchase order number from the golf course, however didn’t state when that order was delivered. The outlet did not instantly react to Business Expert’s ask for comment.
That exact same day, the Igoe concerned the bros’ defense in a post on Facebook, which said they had actually been “exaggerated” and were “paid completely.” The post did not state when the dining establishment had actually been paid or who had paid them.
The Trump bros were in town while accompanying their dad on his UK tour, that included a short stint in Ireland. Trump told reporters that he would be staying in Doonbeg because “it’s practical and it’s a fantastic place,” but he’s been accused of making the detour to promote his golf course
The New York Daily News reported that the Ireland trip alone is costing United States taxpayers $3.5 million, though the paper stated the Trump siblings are paying their own method.
Business Expert has reached out to the Igoe, White Home, and Trump Company for remark, and will update this post with their responses.