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Irish Island Welcomes Americans If Trump Wins

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By    |   Monday, 21 Mar 2016 01:19 PM

A tiny Irish island off the coast of County Mayo is welcoming Americans who fear Donald Trump and want to relocate.

"I've heard there are quite a few people in America looking to move to Ireland and other countries if Donald Trump becomes president. I'd like them to know that we'd love to see them consider moving over here," Mary Heanue, development officer of Inishturk Island, told Irish Central.

"They'd be given a huge welcome and they'd find this is a fantastic place to live and to bring up children. Their kids would probably get the best education anywhere in the country too, because the teacher to pupil ratio is nearly one-on-one."

The 36-acre island, lies nine miles off the mainland, has a permanent population of 58 residents, as well as one primary school, St. Columba's, with three pupils. It has beautiful beaches, archaeological sites, hiking paths, a pub and a community center where step dancing is featured.

"Although winters can be hard and it's the kind of life that wouldn't necessarily suit everyone, they'd find it very peaceful here and they'd soon find out there's nowhere as nice in the world on a summer's day than here," Heanue said.

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