Trump's forays into Scottish tourism and politics over the years have had mixed results, with controversy centred on his development of a golf course near Aberdeen AFP/File / Andy BUCHANAN
On Monday, in a series of tweets, NPR reporter Adam Davidson drew a straight line from the New York Times report about President Donald Trump's taxes and business losses, to his apparent dealings with foreign entities known for money laundering.
Some clear implications from the Trump Tax story: - He blew through other people’s money. His dad’s. Then Mark Bur… https://t.co/XxCqyrOnaw— Adam Davidson (@Adam Davidson) 1601295922.0
- This new source had more money and seems to have put fewer restrictions on his spending. - Only question for us… https://t.co/8KYiQB2uQx— Adam Davidson (@Adam Davidson) 1601295982.0
- Soon after, he’s in business with the Agalarovs, flirting with Georgians and Kazakhs with ties to Putin. - All o… https://t.co/xJkuWWLVN6— Adam Davidson (@Adam Davidson) 1601296068.0
- Golf courses are one of the best ways to launder large amounts of money. So, next step: look to Scotland. That… https://t.co/XgY0kb8Sz2— Adam Davidson (@Adam Davidson) 1601296225.0
Until we know who, we don’t know who this man owes and what they know about him. 5/end— Adam Davidson (@Adam Davidson) 1601296253.0