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Next Week, Donald Trump Plans to Visit His Golf Resort in Scotland as He Prepares to Run in 2024.

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Donald Trump is expected to visit Scotland next week to spend some time at his golf resort.

The former US president, 76, will spend time at his Turnberry golf resort in South Ayrshire.

He will also fly to Ireland and stay next Wednesday at the Trump International Hotel & Golf Links, on the outskirts of Doonbeg in Co Clare.

It comes as Trump faces legal action in the US and amid huge speculation, he is gearing up to run for president again in 2024.

He has pleaded not guilty to charges of falsifying company records to conceal harmful information in the run-up to the 2016 presidential election.

Former US President Donald Trump is expected to visit Scotland next week and is expected to spend time at his Trump Turnberry golf resort. The 76-year-old bought the Ayrshire resort, located on the coast of the outer Firth of Clyde, in 2014 (pictured in July 2018)

Mr Trump previously visited Scotland in July 2018 while in office.  He spent two days at his resort in Turnberry with his wife Melania as part of a four-day trip to the UK, where he faced widespread protests and harassment while golfing in Turnberry (pictured people marching with anti-Trump chants). signs while the then US president visited his resort in Scotland)

Mr Trump previously visited Scotland in July 2018 while in office. He spent two days at his resort in Turnberry with his wife Melania as part of a four-day trip to the UK, where he faced widespread protests and harassment while golfing in Turnberry (pictured people marching with anti-Trump chants). signs while the then US president visited his resort in Scotland)

Trump bought the Ayrshire resort, located on the coast of the outer Firth of Clyde, in 2014.

He visited Scotland in July 2018 while in office and spent two days at his resort in Turnberry with wife Melania as part of a four-day trip to the UK.

During the visit, he faced widespread protests and was harassed while playing golf at Turnberry.

Earlier this month, Trump pleaded not guilty to 34 counts of falsifying business records when he faced a New York judge — becoming the first United States president to be indicted and charged with a felony.

“Not guilty,” Trump said when asked how he pleaded. He sat next to his defense team in the Manhattan courtroom with his hands folded on his lap and a frosty look ahead of the unprecedented hearing in the Stormy Daniels hush money case.

The charges relate to a $30,000 payout to a doorman trying to sell information about a child Trump allegedly fathered out of wedlock; $150,000 to former Playboy model Karen McDougal and a $130,000 payment to Daniels.

The prosecution alleges that the incidents show that Trump plotted to buy damaging stories about himself to keep it a secret and improve his chances of winning the 2016 presidential race.

“It’s not just about one payment,” District Attorney Alvin Bragg said at a news conference after the hearing. “It’s 34 business documents – 34 false statements and business documents. They covered up criminal behavior.’

All told, the charges – falsifying business records in the first degree – carry a maximum sentence of more than 100 years in prison under New York law, but even if convicted on all charges, Trump is unlikely to that time is condemned. Each charge is a low misdemeanor punishable by up to four years in prison for each charge.

There was no formal conspiracy charge, but the facts released by prosecutors describe how Trump “orchestrated a plan” with others to influence the 2016 presidential election by identifying and buying negative information about him in order to suppress its publication and influence electoral prospects of the defendant. .’

At the hearing, Assistant District Attorney Christopher Conroy argued that the payments were part of “an illegal scheme to identify and suppress negative information that could have undermined Trump’s presidential campaign.”

In November last year, Trump officially announced that he would run for president for the third time in 2024.

In November last year, Trump officially announced that he would run for president for the third time in 2024 (pictured).

In November last year, Trump officially announced that he would run for president for the third time in 2024 (pictured). “To make America great and glorious again, today I’m announcing my candidacy for President of the United States,” he affirmed to loud cheers at an event at his Mar-a-Lago home in Palm Beach, Florida.

Donald Trump has officially announced his third term as president in 2024 in a speech attacking President Biden, the “radical left” Democrats and their record on economics and the world stage in the two years since he took office. left office.

The former president ignored Republican critics and those who blamed him for the GOP’s disappointing midterms to go full out on his intention to be back in the Oval Office to “drain the swamp” while the country “lives for us.” will be destroyed’.

“To make America great and glorious again, today I’m announcing my candidacy for the presidency of the United States,” he affirmed to great cheers.

He vowed to work for working people, restore American energy independence, reform elections to ensure there are “only paper ballots” and restore an “agenda of grandeur” with top Republicans and the media saying that he should stay out of the race.

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