Donald Trump will visit London in December
The president of the United States is visiting the UK again.
Donald Trump will visit London in December for a NATO summit with others heads of state.
Secretary General of the organisation Jens Stoltenberg announced the president of the United States will be present. Ireland is not a member of NATO, so Leo Varadkar won't be present at the summit.
No exact date has been given yet.
Mr Stoltenberg said the leaders will "address the security challenges we face now and in the future, and ensure that NATO continues to adapt in order to keep its population of almost one billion people safe."
He tweeted: "The next meeting of #NATO Heads of State and Government will take place in London in December. It is the ideal setting to mark 70 years of transatlantic cooperation, as the home of NATO's first HQ back in 1949. Grateful to UK for hosting."
Trump's last visit to the UK cost the British government £8million in security costs.
The controversial leader had been slated to visit Ireland last November during a trip to Europe for Armistice Day commemorations, but the visit was cancelled. Whether or not Trump sees this latest European jaunt as an opportunity to visit his Doonbeg golf club remains to be seen.