The Irish prime minister, or taoiseach, Leo Varadkar, come to the President's golf course in Doonbeg to host a meeting between the two leaders.
According to the source, "The Irish government feels like a dictates that they have a host of trump."
"It is a bit of unseemly on demand, "the source said."
Mick Mulvaney has been that is to say that the varadkar come to Doonbeg.
CNN has reached the White House for comment.
The Irish side has offered to host Trump for dinner at a nearby venue, which is President George W. Bush met with then-Taoiseach Bertie Ahern in 2004, breakfast.
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Thus far, the source says, the White House has not accepted that one of his golf properties in Scotland instead.
"The standoff is ongoing with the attempts to find a compromise," the source said, "there is a trip to the final announcement."
Another Irish diplomatic source of planning says, "The visit is very delicate politically for Varadkar, as President Trump is incredibly unpopular in Ireland"
"Leo is doing his best to minimize the impact of this visit, but they are in a tricky position," , Google, LinkedIn and Apple all have headquarters there.
When asked about the possibility of a Trump visit, "The President of America is always welcome here."
The taoiseach also said the protesters are more than welcome: Ireland is a democracy, and peaceful protest is part of democracy and I would certainly never criticize anyone.
"This is the great prime minister of Ireland with us," Trump said at the time, and the two were becoming "fast friends."