About the weekend, it was reported that a US Air Drive C-17 crew stayed at the Turnberry vacation resort all through a March refueling end en route to Kuwait, one more case in point of Trump's business earning money from taxpayer pounds, which has led some authorities watchdogs to argue the preparations breach ethical norms and probably violate a clause of the US Structure.
Congress is investigating Donald Trump over a potential conflict of interest involving increased U.S. military spending at Prestwick airport in Glasgow and visits to his Trump Turnberry resort, according to reports.
While Thomas didn't explain why the joint Air Force-Alaska Air National Guard flight was routed through Scotland to get to Kuwait, Thomas stressed that, in general, "the stopover of a U.S. Air Force C-17 in Glasgow, Scotland, is not unusual".
It follows reports of the airport offering "cut-price rooms for select passengers and crew", along with free rounds of golf at Turnberry for United States military staff and civilian air crews.
The House panel reportedly sent a letter to the Pentagon in June inquiring about a number of military expenditures near the resort, including $11 million on fuel at Prestwick Airport in Glasgow, Scotland, which is the airport closest to Trump's resort.
"Given the president's continued financial stake in his Scotland golf courses, these reports raise questions about the president's potential receipt of U.S. or foreign government emoluments, in violation of the U.S. Constitution, and raise other serious conflict of interest concerns", Cummings and Raskin said in the June 21 letter, which was reviewed by Reuters. Gen. Ed Thomas mentioned in a press release of the cease that included a keep for crew members on the Trump resort.
But the Protection Division has refused to comply with investigators' requests to date, a senior Democratic committee aide instructed CNN on Friday.
Trump says he did not recommend Pence stay at his club.
When asked about Pence's stay, White House officials told the media that it was Trump's "suggestion" that he stay at the resort, but they later changed their story, claiming, "at no time did the president direct our office to stay at his Doonbeg resort".
It has also not commented directly, and neither has the Trump Organisation.