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It was only in November that Donald Trump finally got approval for his billion dollar golf resort development in Scotland but there are already rumors of trouble.
At the tail end of 2008 a flurry of reports came out saying that the housing component of the resort, 500 luxury homes, was on hold due to the global economic crisis.
But an George Sorial, managing director for international development for the Trump Organization says this is untrue. He says the project was always going to be done in phases and the residential part was already planned to be the last part.
He says that it is schedule this way because the A90 road needs to be widened in order first in order to avoid potential traffic issues. In fact, he says it's a great time to be building because labor is plentiful and the cost of materials is going down. Some wonder though, given Trump's recent troubles, if this isn't just a lot of bluster.