edinburgh - Queen Elizabeth can choose to US President Donald Trump to receive during his state visit her Scottish retreat Balmoral instead of Buckingham Palace or Windsor Castle. That suggests the former Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond. Balmoral is remote and therefore there is the likelihood of mass protest against the arrival of Trump smaller.
'It is just too far away, though there will surely be demonstrations,' said Salmond talks to the radio LBC. The former leader of the Scottish nationalists had signed the petition that invite the parliament Trump does not ask for a state visit. Trump may come to visit Salmond says' but you do not have to give him the bells and whistles associated with a state visit while the world's leaders then had to wait years. '
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'It is very likely that he will go to Scotland,' said Salmond. For the American president is also attractive for another reason. His mother was born there and he has two golf courses.