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As Donald Trump Played Golf Thousands Took to Streets to Fight his UK Visit

US pays Trump’s Scotland golf resort US$77,000 ahead of visit

Another contract for 39,602 dollars (£30,379) was awarded for the period from July 10 to August 8.

The State Department paid Turnberry $7,670 in April and another $70,000 in the days prior to Trump's visit a week ago, government records indicted.

Thousands of protestors gathered on the streets of Edinburgh for the third consecutive day to protest against Donald Trump's arrival in Britain.

A United States Secret Service agent died after suffering a stroke while supporting President Donald Trump's trip to Scotland over the weekend, the Secret Service and multiple law enforcement sources tell CNN.

An estimated 250,000 people took to the streets of London on Friday to protest the visit, including flying a Trump baby blimp balloon over the capital. The person's parachute read "Greenpeace" and he flew a banner that read "Trump: Well Below Par".

He fell ill at Turnberry on Sunday, Trump's golf resort in Ayrshire where he spent the weekend.

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The payments were made by the State Department to SLC Turnberry Limited, the company behind the hotel and golf course.

Brendan Fischer, director of federal reform at the Campaign Legal Centre, a Washington DC-based non-partisan political watchdog, said: "This is another example of President Trump using the power and authority of his office to profit personally".

Before the meeting between Trump and Putin gets underway on Monday, the American president enjoyed a few rounds of golf on Saturday and Sunday, surrounded by protesters, police on horseback, and snipers.

"The incredible men and women of the United States Secret Service travel wherever they are needed around the world, spend long periods of time away from their families, and make tremendous sacrifices for our safety and security", the president added.

"This is part of a pattern with this president of really doing everything he can to disgrace the office of the presidency by promoting his own private business interests", said Stephen Spaulding, a lawyer with the public interest group Common Cause.

Eric Trump wrote on Twitter that Trump properties do not profit from USA government business.

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