The Taoiseach has said there's a 'possibility' US President Donald Trump will visit Ireland next month.
It comes after reports claimed members of the US Secret Service will visit Clare ahead of a potential presidential arrival.
It's expected President Trump will visit his resort in Doonbeg during any visit here.
He is already scheduled to visit Europe early next month.
He's attending events in France to make the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings, as well as a formal state visit to the UK.
Responding to a question about a possible visit, Leo Varadkar he joked: "US Secret Service mustn't be all that secret if you found out about them."
However, he added: "There's a possibility he'll visit in June - the President is going to be in Europe. But we've had no confirmation about it at this stage."
The US President has previously stated that he plans to visit Ireland, but a planned trip last year was called off.
During the Taoiseach's St Patrick's Day visit to the White House, President Trump said that he plans to travel to Ireland this year.