Arrival of military plane president has occasionally used fuels questions over Trump’s plans for 20 January
The murk surrounding Donald Trump’s likely whereabouts on his last day as president has thickened considerably with news that an official plane he has used in the past is due to fly to Scotland the day before Joe Biden’s inauguration.
Trump himself is sticking to his refusal to accept his decisive electoral defeat. He has been caught cajoling election officials to “find” thousands of extra votes and is encouraging his supporters to gather for a “wild” day of protest on Wednesday when Congress is due to ratify the result.
Reports suggest that Glasgow's Prestwick Airport, 30 miles from Mr Trump's Turnberry golf resort in Ayreshire, has been warned to expect a plane he uses on January 19.
Donald Trump was warned today he would not be allowed into Scotland if he tried to visit to play golf instead of attending Joe Biden's inauguration.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon warned the soon to be ex-president that any trip across the Atlantic would breach coronavirus lockdown restrictions.