Don­ald Trump’s flag­ship Scottish busi­ness was in­vited by Glas­gow Prest­wick Air­port to lobby a prospec­tive air­line amid at­tempts to re­turn to profit.

The Scotsman - - Perspective / Letters To The Editor -

Per­haps they will sell it to Trump’s busi­ness in­ter­ests to make an elite golf course and prop­erty de­vel­op­ment. – Paul One could not make it up, but here we are, the protest against Trump will qui­etly drift away as they ask for his help. What will be the cost to the tax­pay­ers? – Stu­art Andrew D Rankin Who cares! So long as it pre­serves the 345 air­port jobs, and the fur­ther 4,500 in the wider Scot­land econ­omy. The Prest­wick com­mer­cial run­way, the third long­est in Bri­tain, can take the largest freighter air­craft in the world. In the near fu­ture, we can ex­pect to see Pres­i­dent Trump fly­ing into Prest­wick aboard Air­force One, on his State visit to the UK. – Sa­muel Cold­stream We can use this run­way when are able to trade with the rest of the world af­ter we are re­leased from the shack­les of the EU. – Daniel So now they want some­thing from Trump the SNP wants to use him. – Joan Simp­son

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