I see you recently opened up a golf course in Scotland. I presume that part of your business plan is for some Americans to take vacations to play there. But this raises some thorny questions.
You complain constantly about American firms moving jobs overseas. But couldn't you have opened up your golf course here in the United States? Wouldn't that have created jobs for American caddies and groundskeepers? Should we be concerned when Americans import golfing services from your foreign course? Would you as President slap a tariff on American tourists traveling to your course, as you have proposed for goods coming from China? Do you think such a tax would Make American Golfing Great Again?