Andrew Tate and Tristan Tate Would Shift To Ireland If Conor McGregor Becomes President

Recently, social media influencer Andrew Tate and his brother Tristan Tate passed the statement that they will shift to Ireland if Conor McGregor becomes president. Both confidently expressed their views on different subjects and sensitive issues that create controversies. From women to political matters, their statements become the top headlines.

In a recent tweet, Tristan Tate expressed his opinion on the election of former UFC champion Conor McGregor as the new president of Ireland. He wrote “F**k it. If Connor McGregor becomes Irish president I’m moving to Ireland. At least part-time. Buying an old castle and going hunting every day.”

By agreeing with Tristan Tate’s views, Andrew tweeted “I’m in,” agreeing with Tristan Tate’s claims.”

In a podcast, Tristan said “He loves the Irish people and bred Irish. He further added “His great, great, great, grandfather was part of the Irish struggle. He’s Irish to the core and he is strong. So I would vote for him, as an Irishman, make no mistake, I have an Irish passport 

He directly addressed McGregor and said “Conor, if you’re listening, I will help you in your campaign. I will promote you, I will vote for you myself.”

A few months ago, McGregor shared his interest in joining politics and would like to run for Ireland’s presidency.

Conor McGregor expressed his potential political switch and said, “Potential competition if I run. Gerry, 78. Bertie. 75. Enda, 74. Each with unbreakable ties to their individual parties politics. Regardless of what the public outside of their parties feel.”

He also mentioned that “These parties govern themselves vs govern the people. Or me, 35. Young, active, passionate, fresh skin in the game. I listen. I support. I adapt. I have no affiliation/bias/favoritism toward any party. They would genuinely be held to account regarding the current sway of public feeling. I’d even put it all to vote. There’d be votes every week to make sure. I can fund. It would not be me in power as President, people of Ireland. It would be me and you.”

Former UFC Champion Records and Performance

McGregor made his debut in MMA 11 years ago when he knocked out Marcus Brimage in just 67 seconds. Since then, he has become one of the biggest superstars in the history of the sport and has gained mainstream attention.

Throughout his career, he proudly represented Ireland. McGregor not only holds the record for the most-followed UFC fighter, but he is also the highest-paid fighter in UFC history. His fights have generated the most significant UFC gates in history, and he still holds the number one position.

In 2021, Conor McGregor fought his last fight against Dustin Poirier at UFC 264. Unfortunately, the fight ended abruptly after Conor broke his leg. The referee called the fight and Dustin was announced as the winner by technical knockout. However, Conor is now preparing to make his comeback this summer at UFC 303 against Michael Chandler. 

Conor’s Reactions on the Recent Ireland Situation

Some notable incidents occurred in Ireland which drew public attention. In November 2023, there were mass protests and riots in Dublin after an Algerian immigrant stabbed three children and an assistant outside a primary school. The individual in question had been living in Ireland for 20 years. This incident sparked debates on the government’s immigration policies and security measures.

Many people have used social media to express their outrage and criticize their current administration. As an iconic figure in Ireland, McGregor has become one of the most vocal detractors of the government. He has even hinted at the possibility of running for president someday and has explained why he believes he would be better at it than most.

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