When we are waiting for the bus, Irish people ask us about Trump. When we go to the pub, people ask about Trump. When we are taking a taxi, the driver asks about Trump. When we are on the bus, riders ask us about Trump.
Apparently, the U.S. presidential election already has inspired a major academic lecture at Dublin's Trinity University. And it was called "Stumped." (That would make a great name for the musical too).
Notice that the lecture was sponsored by the Bram Stoker Club? So clearly, the rest of the world sees this campaign as being a horror show.
Postscript: No, I did not attend this lecture. The Irish aren't great at being specific about when events happen. You'll note that the poster says the lecture is "Wednesday – 3 PM." I went back to look it up, and it, in fact, happened Wednesday, April 6.