(The Guardian) -- Donald Trump landed in Scotland on Friday in a typically confused state of mind.
Not because he was promoting his private business instead of, you know, running for president. But because – God bless him – he couldn’t figure out what just happened. It turns out that foreign affairs can be even more complicated than running a golf course.
“Just arrived in Scotland. Place is going wild over the vote,” he tweeted. “They took their country back, just like we will take America back. No games!”
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If he had any aides or policy advisers, beyond his own brain watching cable news, someone might have told him that Scotland voted decisively to stay inside the European Union. And that Scotland will likely now vote to leave the United Kingdom and re-join the EU on its own.