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President Trump beckoned to an Irish journalist in the Oval Office on Tuesday to comment on her 'nice smile' during a phone call with Ireland's newly elected Taoiseach Leo Varadkar. Twitter users were quick to criticize the president's remarks.'Ms.
RTÉ reporter Caitriona Perry was one of a group of reporters in the room when he made the 'bizarre' gesture. Perry, please accept the apology of at least 1 female American,' said one while others deemed the president 'gross'.
The president's ties with Ireland also predate his political career.
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