AYR, Scotland — All the rooms are booked here at the Trump Turnberry resort, along with all the nearby hotels and inns, as political reporters and local curiosity-seekers descend on this quiet, rural corner of this small country for the arrival of Donald Trump.
On Friday, police and antiterrorism agents plan to surround this resort on Scotland’s rugged west coast, where Trump plans to arrive by helicopter with his family and U.S. Secret Service agents, take questions from reporters and cut a ribbon. He will then travel to another golf course he owns along ...
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