Remote Irish Island Opens Doors To Americans Leaving Over Trump

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Via Irish Central:
American citizens, who are terrified at the prospect of Donald Trump becoming the next President, have been urged to consider relocating to one of Ireland’s remotest islands.

Inishturk, off Co. Mayo, has seen its once thriving population plummet to just 58, with only three pupils attending the local primary school.

The dwindling community’s leaders are desperately trying to entice families to move over to breathe new life into the isolated outpost and secure its future.

And they stressed their tranquil isle, located nine miles off the coast, could make the ideal permanent refuge for those who cannot face life in a United States headed by Donald Trump.

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That said, most people who are wanting to leave if Trump is elected are thinking of leaving for Canda. That said, it may not be as easy as you think to do even that, let alone moving to Ireland. Check out this article from the Rolling Stones “Want To Move To Canada Not So Fast”.

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