Friday, June 24, 2016


As a postscript to my earlier blog this morning, I just read this excerpt this morning about Donald Trump's speech in Scotland. Really.  Not a lampoon as far as I can tell. This is a report of what he actually said.  Donald Trump is one of the U.S. choices.

Trump takes surreal victory lap in Scotland
In what has to be one of the more surreal press conferences in U.S. presidential-campaign history, Donald Trump praised the British vote to leave the European Union in a place -- Scotland -- that overwhelming voted to remain; he said the falling British pound would be good for business; and he touted the opening of his new golf course in Scotland. "I love to see people to take their country back," he said. Referring to Brexit backers' opposition to immigration, Trump added that "people who you don't want … you are not going to have take." He said that Britain's declining currency was good for business, including at his new golf course. "If the pound goes down, they're going to do more business." But before he answered reporters' questions, Trump trumpeted the opening of his new golf course in Turnberry, Scotland. 

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