Petition To Rename Airport Near Trump’s Scottish Golf Club ‘Joe Biden International’ Gains 11,000 Signatures
The Scottish brewery company BrewDog has started a petition to rename Scotland’s Prestwick Airport “Joe Biden International.”
BrewDog has previously pulled anti-Trump antics, including asking customers to name a beer inspired by him.
BrewDog co-founder James Watt trolled former President Donald Trump once again, starting a Change.org petition that has so far gained over 11,000 signatures.
“Donald Trump is scheduled to arrive in Scotland later this week. He always flies into Glasgow Prestwick Airport,” reads the petition. “We believe this airport should be renamed ‘Joe Biden International’.”
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BrewDog, a progressive brewery with locations in Aberdeen, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Dundee, Inverurie, Perth, Peterhead, St. Andrews, Stirling and across the United Kingdom, has previously created the first carbon-negative lager and has volunteered their closed venues to support the rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine.
Trump is a frequent visitor to Scotland, often flying into Prestwick to visit his Turnberry resort.
Some have speculated Trump may leave the U.S. following his departure from office, as he has properties worldwide, but so far he has remained at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida.
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