President Donald Trump will arrive in Ireland today for a 24-hour visit – – Our News, Your Views

President Donald Trump will arrive in Ireland today for a 24-hour visit

Donald Trump said it was “great to be home” when he arrived in Scotland.

The former President of the United States has told Truth Social – the social media platform he owns – that he is heading to the Menie Estate, near Aberdeen, to open a second “spectacular” golf course.

He and his son Eric arrived at Aberdeen Airport around 11.30am and were greeted by two whistlers, a red carpet and 10 cars, reports Breaking News.

Before getting into one of the cars, Mr Trump said: “It’s great to be home, this was the home of my mother,” reports Breaking News.

His mother, Mary, was born on the Isle of Lewis in Henggal before emigrating to the United States.

He will be arriving in Ireland soon in order to see and inspect my great properties there. 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,” he wrote, reports Breaking News.

After his time in Scotland he will visit his golf course in Dun Beag, Co Clare later today.

Despite the visit, Mr Trump, who is running for the White House again in 2024 and is seen by many as the presumptive Republican nominee.

The tycoon’s trip to Scotland comes as he faces legal troubles in his hometown of New York over his business practices.

He pleaded not guilty to falsifying business records to hide damaging information before the 2016 presidential election.

Mr Trump previously spent two days at his Turnberry class during his 2018 tenure and met Theresa May and the Queen during the visit, reports Breaking News.

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