Which of these White House events will the media focus on?
The Irish paper has revealed which White House meetings will feature a focus on race and which will be left out of the public eye.
White House press secretary Jay Carney will reportedly appear at a white house press briefing on Thursday, while White House chief of staff Denis McDonough will appear on CNN on Friday.
The White House is set to hold a joint press briefing with the United Nations on Friday, while President Donald Trump is expected to hold another one with the International Monetary Fund in Washington on Saturday.
The Irish Times also revealed the locations of other events in which White Houses are expected to be covered by the press.
The US President is expected at a joint White House meeting with the European Union’s president on Friday morning, while Vice President Mike Pence is expected on Monday to attend the UN General Assembly.
White House chief strategist Steve Bannon is set visit the US with the Irish Prime Minister and the President of the United Kingdom, Theresa May, on Sunday.
The newspaper said that the Irish meeting will take place in Washington, DC, while the European Council meeting will be held in Brussels.
The Irish president is expected in Brussels on Tuesday.