Clinton Centre to become Trump Centre?

In recent years the Clinton Centre has been lying largely idle,

The Clinton Centre in Enniskillen may soon become the Trump Centre, in honour of the current US president. 
Last month the Herald reported how a visit to Fermanagh from President Trump may be on the cards, with the controversial leader expressing a wish to visit the border during his trip to Ireland. 
The Herald can now reveal a request has been made that if this visit takes place, the building will be named the Trump Centre. 
Prof Alid Loyas, a peace studies academic, said: “The centre was originally named the Clinton Centre in honour of a visit by US President Bill Clinton. As we all know, President Clinton always had a strong interest in the peace process here. 
“This may be a controversial opinion, but I believe President Trump’s current interest in the implications of Brexit on the border should be recognised, if he does indeed come here for a visit. I also feel President Trump’s role as a world peace maker himself has been under appreciated. Just look at the fantastic work he has been doing on the Korean peninsula.” 

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