Being surrounded by people chanting "no Trump" and "racist USA" is probably not how President Trump envisioned his relaxing day of golf.
Trump arrived in Scotland on Saturday, on the last leg of his trip to the U.K. before he heads to Helsinki for a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin. The president was met with thousands of demonstrators who protested as he played golf at the Trump Turnberry resort.
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An estimated 9,000 people showed up for the third straight day of protests against Trump's U.K. visit, reports BBC. The controversial golf course was ringed with protesters who made their message loud and clear — the Trump baby balloon made an appearance, and police said they were still looking for a paraglider who entered a no-fly zone over the resort, flying a banner that read "Trump Well Below Par."
The president additionally came under fire for describing his golf course as "magical" and "incredible," which some watchdogs called an unethical "infomercial" for his own business, The New York Times reports. First lady Melania Trump and Eric Trump are also with the president at Turnberry. Trump said that he would depart tomorrow for Helsinki. Summer Meza