Donald Trump is set to jet off to Scotland for a golf trip next week despite being at the centre of an explosive legal battle in New York.
The ex-president is expected to spend time playing his favorite sport at the Trump Turnberry resort in Ayrshire, located on the coast of the outer Firth of Clyde.
Donald Trump is also set to fly to Ireland on May 3, landing at Shannon Airport before heading over to the Trump International Hotel & Golf Links, on the outskirts of Doonbeg in Co Clare, Ireland.
It comes as the 45th President of the US faces a heap of court action across the pond.
He pleaded not guilty to 34 counts of falsifying business records concerned with hush money payments made to porn star Stormy Daniels.
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But Trump still plans to run in the 2024 presidential elections, despite the criminal charges.
He also faces another court case over a civil rape allegation from journalist E Jean Carroll, which he denies.
Trump visited Scotland back in July 2018 while he was serving as president.
The 76-year-old spent two days at his Turnberry resort with his wife Melania during a four-day trip to the UK.
During his visit, he also met the late Queen Elizabeth II, as well as Teresa May, who was Prime Minister at the time.
And during his presidential campaign in 2016, he visited Scotland just one day after the EU referendum.
The Brexit advocate hailed Britain for voting to leave as he rubbed his hands with glee over the prospect of a new US-UK trade deal.
Upon his arrival, he faced widespread protests and was harassed while he tried to play golf at his resort.
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