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Friday, Jun 24 2016

Trump's Scotland Trip Brings More Problems As He Celebrates Economic Downturn

Jun 24, 2016

This morning, Donald Trump re-upped his long standing business strategy of profiting off of other people’s suffering, saying that “if the pound goes down, more people are coming to Turnberry.” Trump’s trip to Scotland was meant to be a distraction from his abysmal fundraising numbers and help beef up his nonexistent foreign policy resume, and while he’s making press for his trek — none of it is positive. Trump’s incendiary rhetoric isn’t helping his campaign at home or abroad.

Read the latest on Trump’s disastrous Scotland visit:

Huffington Post: Angry Scots Troll Donald Trump Over Brexit Gaffe

Washington Post: Trump celebrates ‘Brexit’ vote: ‘When the pound goes down, more people are coming to Turnberry.’

Business Insider: TRUMP: The collapse of the pound means more people will come to my golf course

Mic: Donald Trump’s Brexit Reaction Missed a Big — Yuge, Even — Detail About Scotland

Washington Times: Donald Trump’s Scotland jaunt baffles Republican strategists

New York Times: Despite Campaign Woes, Donald Trump Flies to Scotland to Tend to Business Interests

MSNBC: Trump baffles with bizarre appearance in Scotland

Washington Post: In Scotland and everywhere else, Trump mixes politics and profits

The Guardian: Donald Trump flies in for Scotland visit as protesters converge on Turnberry

Politico: How Trump wore out his Scottish welcome

Washington Post: Trump’s top example of foreign experience: A Scottish golf course losing millions

MSNBC: Trump’s Scottish trip is a bigger mistake than he realizes

Published: Jun 24, 2016

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