1. Wide of 'Trump' helicopter at Turnberry golf resort
2. US Presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump gets out of helicopter and is being greeted by resort staff members
2. Trump greeting resort staff members
3. Trump speaking to resort staff members,
UPSOUND (English) Journalist: "Mr. Trump, what did you think about the stock markets drop yesterday after the Brexit?
UPSOUND (English) Trump: "I think it's too bad, a lot of bad decision, a lot of bad things happening in this world. "
UPSOUND (English) Journalist: What's your thought on Brexit?
UPSOUND (English) Trump: "Well, I think people have to make their decision and on a long-term, I think they'll be happy."
UPSOUND (English) Journalist: As a businessman, does it bother you to see the turmoil we see in the markets?
UPSOUND (English) Trump: "Well, there's always turmoil, no matter where you go, no matter what you do but they (the UK) had to make their decision. A lot of people thought that was the decision they made."
UPSOUND (English) Trump: "I think that they have to just get their act in, make it work, but they want to have their own independence, you know, they want to be independent and that's what it is. But this is an amazing place, an amazing country and it's going to be very successful. They want to be able to rule, they want the people they want to come in."
UPSOUND (English) Journalist: (Do you think) other countries will follow Brexit? France, Italy, Spain...
UPSOUND (English) Trump: "I think it's going to be in a lot of trouble, I think a lot of other people will follow. I believe you'll see, I'm the one who said this was going to happen, I believe you're going to see other people (inaudible)."
US presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump visited a second golf course he owns in Scotland on Saturday, landing via helicopter two days after the United Kingdom had voted to leave to European Union.
Trump welcomed Britain's vote to leave the European Union, saying the British people "will be happy on a long term".
This is Trump's first international trip since sealing sufficient delegate support to be the Republican Party's standard-bearer this fall.
The timing of the trip has raised eyebrows among some fellow Republicans as it comes amid a rocky stretch for his campaign.
Trump isn't slated to meet with any political leaders while in Scotland.