The United States and Ireland share a strong bilateral relationship; deep cultural, historic, and people-to-people bonds; and a shared commitment to advancing peace, security, and prosperity in the world.
- President Barack Obama And First Lady Michelle Obama 2011 Visit Ireland, White House picture album of the Obamas’ visit
President Obama welcomes Ireland’s Prime Minister (Taoiseach) Enda Kenny to the White House.
Vice President Biden hosts the Taoiseach for breakfast at the Naval Observatory
President Obama meets with the Taoiseach in the Oval Office
President Obama and Vice President Biden attends the traditional St. Patrick’s Day lunch at the U.S. Capitol
Vice President Biden meets with First Minister Peter Robinson and deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness of Northern Ireland
President Obama and First Lady Michelle hosts a reception to celebrate their sixth St. Patrick’s Day at the White House.
President Obama and the Taoiseach participates in the annual Shamrock ceremony started under President Truman.
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Happy St. Patrick’s Day