WATCH: Trump references Doonbeg while listing off properties in the UK
Not the first time he's done it either.
Right. We're not going to go as far as saying that Donald Trump just said Ireland is a part of the UK.
But he pretty much just said that Ireland is a part of the UK.
When asked a question about the UK at the G7 summit, Trump replied: "I love the UK. I own great property in the UK. I love the UK. I have no idea how my property is doing because I don't care.
"I own Turnberry, and I own in Aberdeen and I own in Ireland. Doonbeg. Great stuff."
Now Trump is going on about how he loves the UK and proves it by listing/promoting the names of the properties he owns in the UK. pic.twitter.com/9Mm4rCm5MH
— Keith Boykin (@keithboykin) August 26, 2019
Maybe he knew what he was talking about. Maybe he was just mentioning his Irish property because he knows it's beside the UK.
But that being said, just over a year ago he did something very similar, saying: "I believe that the people in the UK - Scotland, Ireland, as you know I have property in Ireland, I have property all over - I think that those people they like me a lot and they agree with me on immigration."
So there goes that benefit of the doubt.
Meanwhile, Monday has also seen Trump accused of wanting to bomb hurricanes to stop them from coming to the United States, and skipping the G7 meeting on climate change.