Details are sketchy at the moment, however the Irish Independent has said that the November trip has now been cancelled and will not go ahead at a later date. According to their source, his entire European trip is currently under review, but that the Irish leg of the journey has now been cancelled effective immediately.
Meanwhile, other sources - include Virgin Media News - are claiming that his trip has been postponed, not cancelled, meaning that the "standing invitation" is still in effect. Several protests were planned for Trump's visit to Ireland, with the infamous 'Trump Baby' balloon being brought in especially for some protest marches.
Officials have been discussing only a November visit, so any difficulty raised on the US side about his visit is specific to November timing.
Visit might well merely be postponed, not cancelled - and 'standing invite' would remain in effect… @VirginMediaNews
— Gavan Reilly (@gavreilly) September 11, 2018
Undoubtedly, the cancellation of Trump's visit to Ireland is a relief to just about everyone, so let's all just take a break, relax and know that none of us no longer have to deal with any of that crap in the future.