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    11 Of The Best Ways Trump Was Welcomed To Scotland This Weekend

    We really, really love him over here.

    In case you missed it among all the Brexit brouhaha, U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump made a two-day flying visit to Scotland on Friday.

    Twitter: @realdonaldtrump

    He was here to open Turnberry, his new, multimillion-pound luxury golf resort in Ayrshire. So, as you can imagine, the people of Scotland all banded together to give him a traditional warm welcome.

    1. His first surprise was a "Mexican" mariachi band, who were there to greet him at Prestwick Airport.

    Trump lands in Scotland, greeted by Mexican Mariachi band, Juan Direction, and a wheelbarrow full of bricks."

    They played a range of hits, including "Another Brick in the Wall".

    2. These welcoming posters appeared around Glasgow at roughly the same time.

    Apparently these signs are posted all over Glasgow during Trump's visit to Scotland. #NeverTrump #AlbaGuBrath

    3. He was also invited to take part in a traditional Glaswegian sporting event.

    4. When his helicopter landed at Turnberry, he was greeted with this affectionate sign.

    Twitter: @JaneyGodley

    Held by Scottish comedian Janey Godley.

    5. And this one.

    6. Not to mention all of these ones.

    Twitter: @ChristopherSTV

    Not pictured: a "THE GAYZ HATE U" sign and several pride banners.

    7. Locals also hoisted a familiar flag to help him feel at home.

    How nice!

    8. Someone painted this beautiful portrait for him.

    Twitter: @wpjenna

    He can put it on his wall!

    9. As if all that wasn't enough, a nice young man also gave him dozens of swastika-covered golf balls.

    Trump interrupted by protester with swastika golf balls. WATCH:

    "These are the new balls available from the clubhouse, part of the new Trump Turnberry range." What a memorable gift.

    10. And, of course, Scots who couldn't be there in person sent him lots of lovely, welcoming tweets.

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    11. Donald, please come back whenever you want.

    We've always got plenty of kind, welcoming gestures like this up oor sleeves.