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Trump’s Scottish golf resorts report 2015 losses

A pair of luxe Scottish golf resorts operated by Donald Trump suffered millions of dollars in losses during 2015, according to recent filings with a U.K. government agency, adding another complication to Trump's pitch for the White House, in which he has frequently emphasized his business acumen. Golf Recreation Scotland Limited, which operates the Trump Turnberry […]
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