1. Pan, US President Donald Trump walking from the Oval Office with FIFA President Giovanni Infantino
2. SOUNDBITE (English) Donald Trump, US President:
"(Reporter asks a question about military visits to Trump's Scottish Turnberry club.)
I haven't found out, other than when a plane stops at a massive international airport and gets fuel, I don't own the airport. When pilots stay ... I own a lot of different places. Soon you'll find that out, when ...because at some point prior to the election I'm going to be giving out a financial report of me. And it'll be extremely complete. I'm going to give out I'm going to give out my financial condition and you'll be extremely shocked that the numbers are many many times what you think. I don't need to have somebody take a room overnight at a hotel. So what, what is happening is the following: every time you find a person landing an airplane within 500 miles of something I own. Mike Pence as an example. His family lives in Doonbeg. And he's actually told me that he stayed there many years ago at the same I bought it years ago but he was there before I bought it. I believe he said, a long time ago. But he was in Ireland so he said you know what I'll do I'll see my family. I didn't know about that. But I can say he has good taste."
U.S. military officials are disputing a report that claims a joint Air Force and Alaska Air National Guard unit on a routine mission to Kuwait went miles out of their way to spend the night at a resort in Scotland owned by President Donald Trump.
In response to the reporter questions, Trump said: "I don't need to have somebody take a room overnight at a hotel."
Politico first reported that the military transport that took off from Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson in Anchorage in March spent the night at the Turnberry resort, about 50 miles outside Glasgow.
The disclosure comes as Trump last week denied he had any role in Vice President Mike Pence booking a room at a Trump resort in Ireland or Attorney General William Barr booking at holiday party at a Trump property in Washington, D.C., actions which Democrats and critics claim enrich the president at taxpayer's expense.
The House Oversight and Government Reform Committee has opened an investigation into the matter.