Trump gets warm welcome in Scotland

by Summer Lane

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President Donald Trump was welcomed back this week to Scotland, disembarking from Trump Force One as bagpipe players greeted the 45th president with a jaunty tune.

In a video shared by Citizen Free Press on Twitter, Trump’s Deputy Director of Communications, Margo Martin, uploaded footage of the president’s trip from the airport, through the countryside, and straight to the front doorstep of the Trump International Golf Club.

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Ahead of his visit, Trump wrote on Truth Social that he would be going overseas to visit his properties across the pond.

“Will be leaving for Scotland & Ireland soon in order to see and inspect my great properties there,” he stated. “The Golf Courses and Hotels are among the Greatest in the World – Turnberry and Aberdeen, in Scotland, and Doonbeg, in Ireland. Will be meeting with many wonderful friends, and cutting a ribbon for a new and SPECTACULAR Second Course in Aberdeen.”

Trump’s visit to Scotland marks the first time that he has visited the United Kingdom since leaving office, BBC reported. The outlet also pointed out that Trump’s mother was of Scottish descent and hailed originally from the Isle of Lewis.

The president added on Truth Social that the trip was “very exciting” amid the political battles that he has been waging on all sides since announcing his 2024 campaign for the presidency last November.

“Very exciting despite the fact that it is ‘MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN’ that is on my mind, in fact, America will be GREATER THAN EVER BEFORE!!!” he concluded.

President Trump is currently fighting five major cases in the courts right now. As reported by RSBN, four of the five cases are centered in New York, while one of them is taking place in Georgia.

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