If I was Donald Trump visiting the West Coast of Scotland I would bring a HUGE security detail. I am being sent TONS of Videos where people are saying “They will kill Trump before he is POTUS” and they seem to mean it. I will share one in another blog. For the record and in all honesty I don’t like the guy, but I do not wish him dead. But it seems ‘The Elite’ are looking at Trump as they did JFK. The only difference is Trump is a nonsense and racist. I don’t want this man on my soil and he can take his stupid £200 Million a year he brings to Scotlands ecomomey and buy real hair with it. He is a danger to humanity.
Donald Trump, the presumptive Republican nominee in the US presidential election, has announced he is to visit the UK on the day after the country votes on whether to remain in the EU. The billionaire property developer will be at the Turnberry hotel at the golf course in south-west Scotland on 24 June for its official relaunch following a £200m redevelopment. Trump’s announcement throws up the question of whether David Cameron will meet him, as the visit comes the day the result of the EU referendum is declared – a vote some polls suggest the prime minister faces losing.
The Turnberry hotel, which Trump bought in 2014 for £35m, opened to guests on Wednesday. It features a £3,500-a-night presidential suite and, from August, the Donald J Trump ballroom – “the most luxurious meeting facility anywhere in Europe”, according to his publicists.
“Very exciting that one of the great resorts of the world, Turnberry, will be opening today after a massive £200m investment. I own it and I am very proud of it,” Trump said in a statement. He will not be officially confirmed as Republican nominee until the party’s convention in July. And his campaign did not say whether he planned any political activity while in the UK – or whether his trip was a coincidence. Trump has often weighed in on the referendum, and believes the UK should leave the EU. He told Fox News in May: “I know Great Britain very well. I know the country very well. I have a lot of investments there. I would say that they’re better off without it. But I want them to make their own decision.” He recently told Hollywood Reporter, “Oh yeah, I think they should leave”, after being initially unfamiliar with the term “Brexit”.
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