Thousands are protesting in Scotland this weekend as Donald Trump stays at his Turnberry golf club, and they're making clear they don't want the American president in their country.
"No Trump, no KKK, no racist USA," some of those protestors, within viewing distance of Donald Trump, chanted Saturday morning at the president. Trump can be seen in the video below playing golf.
He walks near the protestors and waves, with a dozen or so police officers in between.
#BREAKING President Donald Trump waving a protestors who are calling him racist as he plays golf at #Turnberry… https://t.co/k2P6xaKo6h— Frankie McCamley (@Frankie McCamley)1531572360.0
Also nearby, a seemingly different group of protestors were filmed shouting, "leave our country." One woman speaking to the press cited "the racism, the discrimination," along with Trump's policies on climate change as some of the reasons for their protests.
WATCH 🎥 US President Donald Trump has started playing golf on his course at Turnberry. Protesters shouted from the… https://t.co/t8NsRFoNLX— Radio Clyde News (@Radio Clyde News)1531573971.0
"He's just backtracked on a lot of great stuff that Obamas had done," she added.
President Donald Trump is playing golf now at #Turnberry gold course while protestors group together on the beach… https://t.co/khpSQOQrxQ— Frankie McCamley (@Frankie McCamley)1531570901.0