>> Scotland's Turnberry Resort is one of Donald Trump's biggest golf investments. The New York businessman bought the course in 2014, and renovations have cost an estimated $290 million. Despite being on the campaign trail, the presumptive Republican presidential candidate is set to take a detour this week. Donald Trump will reopen his golf course on the western coast of Scotland on Friday.
He's expected to comment on Britain's EU referendum. But like so many times in this campaign, the lines are blurred whether he comes here as a politician or as a businessman. The Trump camps say this visit is strictly business, and he won't be meeting the British Prime Minister. Cameron was heavily critical of Trump's proposed Muslim ban.
Trump also plans to visit his other Scottish golf property in Aberdeen. And one local resident won't be welcoming him. He's erected a Mexican flag outside his home.>> Well, a Mexican flag is really just to show solidarity with the Mexican people and any other group that Mr. Trump has decried, derided, insulted, and tried to offend or tried to intimidate over the years.
>> Trump will be hoping he fairs better than the last visit to the UK by Republican presidential candidate. Mitt Romney in 2012 blundered through his visit. Any gaffes in Scotland could damage Trump's foreign-policy credentials and his chances for becoming President