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students 20' to protest against wind farm near his Scottish Golf courseDonald Trumps team paid students 20 an hour to protest against a wind farm being proposed near his Scottish golf course, it was claimed today. The US President Elect has complained “professional protesters” have been leading marches on his Trump Tower headquarters. But the Mirror has spoken to students who say they were paid in cash by the Trump team to hold up banners reading ‘No to Turbines’ outside the Scottish Parliament in April 2012. According to locals who took part, a member of the Trump organisation had approached a local nightclub promoter to rope in part-time staff to pose as protesters. Mr Trumps office deny the allegations. On the day, they claim, around 10-

15 people were given placards and instructions by a pair of “very large men” in a blacked out Range Rover. The “shady Range Rover

” returned later in the day and they were paid in cash.

The students believe the car was Donald Trumps. Various groups protested, but some say they were paid Scott Webster, then a student at Edinburgh Napier University, told the Mirror: “My team leader asked if I wanted to earn 20 for an hour’s work. Considering I was a uni student I jumped at the chance.” Mr Trump visited Holyrood on April 25, 2012 to petition the Scottish Government to reject plans for a wind farm off the coast of his golf resort in Aberdeenshire. After years of legal wrangling, the Supreme C

ourt ruled in December that the farm could go ahead. There was a combination of pro and anti-wind farm protesters on the day But in 2012, when the Donald arrived in Scotland he was greeted by a ready made protest against the plans, which included Mr Webster. Mr Webster added: “There was a big group of Donald Trump supporters outside Holyrood, and I must admit, we are all very quiet. “I mean, in all honesty it was like everyone had been paid to be there. It seemed nobody really wante

d to be there.” Read MoreRelated ArticlesAnti-Trump protests turn violent in Oregon causing police to use tear gas on crowd Another protester named Thomas, told the Mirror he wasn’t aware he was being paid by Donald Trump until after he arrived at the protest. “The group and I were taken to a blackout va重庆时时彩优博网址 n in a car park and were given signs to hold and told exactly where to stand,” he said. “After Trump came out and was booed and cheered I left and was told to meet in an alley where I was given the money.” Mr Trump was petitioning the Scottish Parliament. A spokesperson for Trump Golf Scotland said: “These claims are totally false and completely fabricated.” Following his shock election victory last week, protests raged for three nights in a row outside Mr Trump’s New York Headquarters. Mr Trump twe

eted: “Just had a very open and successful presidential election. Now professional protesters, incited by the media, are protesting. Very unfair!” It was also claimed that a rent-a-crowd was arranged for Trump’s campaign launch last year. A casting call was sent around New York agencies offering $50 to “wear t-shirts and carry signs” as the property magnate announced his candidacy. Read MoreDonald TrumpDonald Trump latest newsWhat is

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