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Presidential visit pays off for livery company

This article from a European publication indicates that the recent visit to Ireland by President Donald Trump and his contingent paid off handsomely for an Irish based livery company.

It is estimated that the Irish livery company JP Ward & Sons will receive close to $1 million during the Presidential trip that includes the D-Day 75th Anniversary remembrance.  JP Ward & Sons, according to the article, is a family owned livery company that also caters to the funeral profession.

The article also states that the same company was used when President Obama attended the G8 Summit in Fermanagh.  At that time the company was tasked with transporting First Lady Michele Obama and her daughters while the President was busy at the summit.

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