Scottish airports closed following Trump Twitter tirade
Airports in Scotland have been closed indefinitely over fears that Donald Trump, whose mother was Scottish and emigrated to America in 1930, may attempt to go back to where he came from following his impeachment.
The shutdown comes after President Trump used Twitter and racist language to attack four progressive Democratic congresswomen, falsely implying they weren’t natural-born American citizens.
Plagiarising Sir Kim Darroch, President Trump posted in a tweet that the American born congresswomen, “originally came from countries whose governments are a complete total catastrophe, the worst, most corrupt and inept anywhere in the world.”
Rounding off his attack, the Leader of the Free World added, “Why don’t they go back and help fix the totally broken and crime infested places from which they came.”
While world leaders have been surprisingly slow to condemn Mr Trump’s latest racist outburst, Scottish authorities have taken him literally.
“Trump is the son of two immigrant parents and is married to a Slovenian national, at the moment anyway,” a spokesman for the Scottish Parliament said.
“Obviously he’s only telling the congresswomen to go back to where he thinks they came from because of their skin colour, but we’re not taking any chances if the orange bastard thinks he can come back over here.”
Although Mr Trump’s grandfather was born in Kallstadt Germany, authorities there are less concerned as they don’t believe the President’s Revolutionary war era private jet can make the flight to Europe.