After the American president said that he felt "unwelcome" in London with mayor Sadiq Khan giving permission for an inflatable baby Trump to fly over the city's skies during his visit, Trump was greeted in an equally ingenious manner when he arrived at his Turnberry golf resort in Scotland.
Despite a £5m security operation to keep protesters away from the presidential party, the paraglider flew past police snipers and in front of the hotel, trailing a banner reading "Trump: well below par #resist".
The protest against Trump's immigration and environmental policies was staged by Greenpeace, an environmental activist group. In a statement, Greenpeace indicated that the stunt forced Trump to take cover: "As the glider appears overhead, the president can be seen making for the entrance, breaking into a trot".
A blimp resembling US President Donald Trump floats above demonstrators marching to protest against the visit of Trump, in Edinburgh.
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British Trade Secretary Liam Fox said anti-Trump protesters were "an embarrassment to themselves" as they had shown bad manners to the leader of the free world.
Spotted just before 2pm, the U.S. president waved to a gathering of about 50 protesters standing behind the police cordon on the beach, to be met with booing and chants of "no Trump, no racist USA".
Some walking by viewed the demonstration as a waste of time. Trump said on Twitter. "They say he hates women and is racist, but we've got people like that here too".
Some protesters dressed up for the occasion, with one couple adorning Mexican-themed costumes and carrying a donkey pinata named "Donald", and others dressed as caricature versions of Mr Trump himself. "I hope we will get their support because what we need to have is a people's Brexit, not a bureaucrat's Brexit", he said.
"But the other people who will be saying this is really good news for us are the "remainers" in the European Union, because when the United Kingdom delegation goes to Brussels next week to sell the idea that it's going to be really hard for the EU to resist the temptation to say to them 'look, you think dealing with us is hard, how do you feel about dealing with him?'"