Donald Trump says 'It’s great to be home,' during visit to Scotland ahead of the coronation of King Charles III

Former President Donald Trump has been on a tour of the British Isles at the same time of the coronation of King Charles III, and when he landed in Scotland he said, "It’s great to be home. It’s the home of my mother."

Trump spent much of his time in Scotland golfing at locations like the Menie estate in Balmedie and the Turnberry course and hotel in South Ayrshire, which he purchased in 2014.

Trump wrote on Truth Social, "Will be leaving for Scotland & Ireland soon in order to see and inspect my great properties there. The Golf Courses and Hotels are among the Greatest in the World – Turnberry and Aberdeen, in Scotland, and Doonbeg, in Ireland. Will be meeting with many wonderful friends and cutting a ribbon for a new and SPECTACULAR Second Course in Aberdeen. Very exciting despite the fact that it is “MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN” that is on my mind, in fact, America will be GREATER THAN EVER BEFORE!!!"

Many speculated that Trump might attend the coronation of King Charles, but the royal family did not extend an invitation.

President Biden did receive an invitation but didn't have the energy, as he had just made a trip to Ireland just weeks prior.

Trump seems to be taking a much-needed break which means he should be back with a vengeance as campaign season begins to heat up. Trump is leading the Republican field, but he will need to keep his foot on the gas for the next year.