Breaking news: Trump was spotted driving a tractor on his Scottish golf course! The former president took a hands-on approach to expand his golf empire while focusing on making America great again.
Former President Donald Trump demonstrated his dedication to his golf course expansion in Scotland, personally driving a tractor and overseeing the progress. Trump’s focus on his businesses and the “Make America Great Again” message remained unwavering.
While in Scotland, Trump was greeted by Sarah Malone, executive vice-president of Trump International Golf Links Scotland. He was eager to inspect his properties and share updates on his Truth Social platform, boasting that his holdings were “among the greatest in the world.” Trump personally involved himself in the development, driving a tractor to ensure the expansion of his golf empire went smoothly.
Joined by his son Eric, Trump plans a ribbon-cutting ceremony for a spectacular second course in Aberdeen. This project showcases the former president’s commitment to growing his businesses and creating jobs both in the United States and abroad.
In the midst of managing his golf properties, Trump is also preparing for campaign events in key battleground states. He recently announced a rally in Des Moines, Iowa, an important location for Republican candidates this year. This rally follows his appearance in New Hampshire last week, where he introduced a new nickname for President Joe Biden, calling him “Crooked Joe Biden.”
According to Morning Consult, Trump leads the 2024 Republican primary field with 58%. The only other potential candidate who has reached double digits is Governor Ron DeSantis (R-FL), who boasts 21%. DeSantis has not announced a bid for the White House in 2024, but he is expected to do so this summer.
In addition to his campaign events, Trump will also appear in a live town hall event hosted by CNN on May 10th. During this event, he will answer questions directly from CNN’s Kaitlan Collins, as well as from audience members made up of “New Hampshire Republican and undeclared voters who say they intend to vote in the New Hampshire Republican presidential primary.” This town hall is the first of many planned by CNN in the lead-up to the 2024 presidential election.
In a display of dedication and hands-on leadership, former President Trump drove a tractor to expand his golf empire in Scotland, while maintaining focus on his reelection campaign and “Make America Great Again” message. As Trump’s campaign gains momentum and his businesses continue to grow, the former president remains steadfast in his commitment to America’s prosperity. Stay tuned as we follow this developing story and the impact it may have on Trump’s political future. Next News has all the latest updates – don’t miss a beat.
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