U.S. Lawmakers Visit Dublin With Alliance

L to R: Congressman Javier Becerra (D. CA), Trina Vargo, US/Ireland Alliance, Senator Mike Enzi, (R. Wyoming) nd Jack Krumholtz, Microsoft.

By Irish America Staff
August / September 2003

The U.S.-Ireland Alliance and Microsoft joined forces in May to bring members of the U.S. Congress not usually associated with Ireland to Dublin.

Trina Vargo, President of the U.S.-Ireland Alliance, noted “the more American politicians that visit and learn about Ireland, the better for our relationship.” The four-day trip included meetings with the Taoiseach, the Tanaiste, and heads of U.sS. multinationals in Ireland. ♦

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