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Mexican flag raised near Trump's Scottish golf course

The Mexican flag, foreground, and the Scottish flag blow in the wind on land  near Turnberry golf course in Scotland  owned by David Milne one of  Donald Trump's long-standing opponents in Scotland on this image taken from video Wednesday June 22, 2016. Trump is scheduled to relaunch his Turnberry golf course and hotel in South Ayrshire  Scotlandon Friday following a  multi million revamp at the resort.(STV via AP) UNITED KINGDOM OUT TV OUT ONE TIME USE ONLY NO ARCHIVE NO SALES

The Mexican flag, foreground, and the Scottish flag blow in the wind on land near Turnberry golf course in Scotland owned by David Milne one of Donald Trump's long-standing opponents in Scotland on this image taken from video Wednesday June 22, 2016. Trump is scheduled to relaunch his Turnberry golf course and hotel in South Ayrshire Scotlandon Friday following a multi million revamp at the resort.(STV via AP) UNITED KINGDOM OUT TV OUT ONE TIME USE ONLY NO ARCHIVE NO SALES  (The Associated Press)

An opponent of Donald Trump has raised the Mexican flag near a Trump golf course ahead of his visit to Scotland this week.

David Milne told Scottish TV he was flying the Mexican flag to show "support and solidarity with the Mexican people and anyone else who has been intimidated by Trump."

His Aberdeenshire home overlooks Trump's luxury golf course.

Trump is scheduled to relaunch the Turnberry course and hotel Friday after extensive refurbishment.

The presumptive Republican presidential nominee had said that if he becomes president he plans to build a wall along the border separating the United States and Mexico. He has used insulting language to describe Mexicans.