DONALD Trump could be coming to Scotland on June 5.

Buckingham Palace has confirmed that the president is due to make a state visit to the UK in early June.

He’ll spend time in London and in Portsmouth for events marking the 75th anniversary of D-Day.

But it looks like he’ll end his time Britain with a trip to Turnberry.

According to the Trump Turnberry website, there are no tee-times available to buy on June 5.

While there are still plenty of opportunities for 18-holes on the June 3, 4 and 6, any golfer looking for a £325 round on April 5 has little chance of success.

President Trump and the First Lady Melania met the Queen at Windsor Castle when they came to the UK in July 2018 for a two-day working visit.

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During that trip Trump visited both Turnberry and Aberdeenshire and thousands took to the streets of London and Edinburgh in protest.

Stand Up To Trump have vowed to mobilise "huge numbers" once again.

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Unlike his last trip, the president will be here on a state visit, a grand occasion full of pomp and ceremony.

The Queen acts as the official host for the duration of the trip, and Trump will likely stay in one of her castles.

There is usually a white-tie state banquet, and a visit to the Houses of Parliament.

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