Donald Trump doesn't want to acknowledge his defeat to Joe Biden from the US presidential election, but in a couple of days Joe Biden is going to be sworn in. To be able to avoid the inauguration of his successor, Trump is said to have planned a golfing trip to Scotland - but out there that he obtained a cancellation.
As stated by the US media, Donald Trump is arranging a trip to Scotland in order not to have to attend the inauguration of his successor Joe Biden on January 20. However, the thing isn't so easy, since the Scottish authorities refuses a potential flight of the still-US president into his golf department.
No more necessary reason"
The Scots announce that in view of the corona constraints it is illegal to enter the country without a necessary motive, stated Prime Minister Nicola Sturgeonsaid "Coming here to play golf is not what I would call a necessary motive," she stated, adding,"We are not now allowing anyone to come to Scotland for no reason - and it applies to them as to anyone to."
Trump, who continues to vigorously oppose his electoral defeat by Joe Biden, probably wished to travel to Scotland on January 19. The press there reported that the arrival of a US military aircraft of this kind Boeing 757 had been declared at Glasgow-Prestwick Airport on the 19th. Trump has used such a system again and again in the past.
Prime Minister Sturgeon said she did not understand Trump's exact travel plans:"I expect and hope - as everyone expects, but not always expects - that his current travel plan involves departing the White House."