The developer, Clare Coastal Windpower, has lodged new plans with the local authorities to build a nine-turbine wind farm four kilometres from Trump's Doonbeg golf course.
A previous application had been thrown out due to technical issues with the submission, with Trump claiming the council had "killed" plans to construct the development.
But a new consent application has now been submitted to the council, which admits that the 125-metre turbines would be visible from the golf course.
Local media sources have quoted a Trump spokesperson as saying: "We will do whatever is necessary to fight it and protect the beauty of our site."
The American tycoon has a long history of opposing wind projects. In February he lost his legal challenge to the construction of the 100MW European Offshore Wind Deployment Centre in Aberdeen Bay, Scotland.