U.S. President Donald Trump said on Saturday he hoped to play golf at his course in Scotland ahead of a summit with Kremlin chief Vladimir Putin that could be overshadowed by accusations that Russians meddled in the U.S. 2016 election.
US President Donald Trump has arrived in Scotland as thousands of people gathered to protest against his visit.
A Greenpeace paraglider with a banner message saying "Trump Well Below Par" flew above the Turnberry golf resort.
'I think having a president with those roots, that has spent so much time in those places, is a attractive thing'.
"I have arrived in Scotland and will be at Trump Turnberry for two days of meetings, calls and hopefully, some golf - my primary form of exercise!"
When asked specifically about the response from Scotland he said: 'There is always a big disconnect between citizens and politicians.
"We want to say our special relationship is with them, the people in the USA, not with this vile bully in the White House".
Huge numbers of protesters also marched through the streets of London as Trump met Prime Minister Theresa May and the Queen earlier on Friday.
To the chorus of boos and shouts of no, he said: "I don't think Scotland likes Donald Trump very much".
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He said: "People want to stand here not just in revulsion at his attitudes but in solidarity with those in the U.S. whose lives he puts at risk".
Sturgeon has refused to meet Trump on his visit but has resisted pressure from some Scottish lawmakers to deny him landing rights at Glasgow's Prestwick Airport.
A major anti-Trump rally is planned in Edinburgh on Saturday after a mass protest in London on Friday that organisers said drew more than 250,000 people.
The US President has repeatedly praised the former Foreign Secretary and suggested they could see each other this week.
Speaking to journalists today after playing golf at the Trump International Golf Links in Balmedie, Mr Trump Jnr said the "foolish proposal was now irrelevant".
He bought 1,400 acres (567 hectares) of land near Aberdeen in 2006 and promised to build "the world's best golf course".
"The reason is she would tell him what she thinks, unlike Theresa May".
Trump's promise to create 6,000 jobs and invest £1 billion failed to materialise, and Trump began interfering with plans to make Scotland a renewable energy powerhouse. Many more were expected to attend the national demonstration in Edinburgh on Saturday, which begins with a march from the Holyrood parliament past the United States embassy, and culminates in a family festival in the Meadows park, south of the city centre.