Donald Trump appeared at the Scottish parliament to express his objection to a proposed wind farm off the coast of his new golf course and hotel complex in Aberdeenshire. He claims he was misled by Scotland's first minister Alex Salmond over the offshore development.
Divided opinion —
Protestors on both sides of the argument gathered outside parliament in Edinburgh as Trump gave evidence inside. The Trump International Golf Links have attracted praise and scorn in equal measure.
Scotland welcomes Trump —
Donald Trump received a bagpipe welcome on one of his visits to the site of his championship course in Aberdeenshire.
Classic links course —
The 3rd hole of the championship course is cut hard against the Aberdeenshire coastline.
Courtesy of Trump International
Carved from giant dunes —
Architect Martin Hawtree has sculpted the course using giant sand dunes with a perfect example the 10th hole.
Courtesy Trump International
Wind farm plan angers Trump —
A illustrative depiction of the proposed wind farm installation off the Aberdeenshire coast near Menie. Trump says he wouldn't have even considered building his golf complex if he thought it would the proposal would go ahead.
First Minister must decide —
Scoltand's first minister Alex Salmond is a keen golf fan but his government faces a difficult decision over the off shore windfarm.
Golf course plans in the balance —
Is the sun about to set on Donald Trump's plans for a golf complex capable of hosting Ryder Cups and the British Open?