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Trump Loses In Court Battle Over Wind Turbines Near Golf Course

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Donald Trump has lost a legal action against a major experimental windfarm being built close to his golf resort in Aberdeenshire.

The billionaire property developer had alleged that Alex Salmond, Scotland's first minister, had secretly interfered in the decision to approve the 11-turbine European offshore wind deployment centre site (EOWDC) in Aberdeen Bay – a claim rejected on Tuesday by a Scottish civil court judge, Lord Doherty.

Haha. Face like a bulldog chewin a wasp.

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And in an even bigger two finger salute to Trump:

Donald Trump faces fresh wind farm fight near new Irish golf resort

Tycoon Donald Trump is facing a fresh dispute over wind farms after it was revealed there are plans in place for nine turbines near his new Irish golf course.

The application was placed with the local council in County Clare for a total of nine 85 metre turbines just two miles south of Trump’s newly acquired resort in the town of Doonbeg.

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