His supporters would say they never expected less, but Enda’s arrival at the political summit was hardly a tale of overnight success. Those close to him describe a gregarious countryman, devoted husband and steely operator deserving of a crack at Ireland’s top job, writes KATHY SHERIDAN irishtimes.com
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