Losses at Trump's Scottish golf courses double to £19m
Trump Turnberry lost £17.6m last year, while Trump International lost £1.4m.
Losses at Donald Trump's Scottish golf resorts doubled to £19m last year.
Golf Recreation Scotland, the holding company for Trump Turnberry, has reported a £17.6m loss for 2016.
Trump International in Aberdeenshire lost £1.4m, according to the latest annual accounts.
Trump handed control of his Scottish courses to sons Eric and Donald Jr shortly before becoming President in January.
Trump Turnberry director Eric said turnover had fallen because the South Ayrshire resort was shut for six months.
"It is expected that revenue will increase in subsequent years as the property is re-established as an industry-leading resort," he reported.
The oil downturn and a "severe winter storm" were blamed for losses at Trump International.
Trump Turnberry reported a loss of £8.39m in 2015, while Trump International lost £1.09m.
The Aberdeenshire course has made a loss every year since it opened, losing £1.13m in 2014, £1.82m in 2013 and £1.74m in 2012.
Meanwhile, profits are up slightly at Vattenfall, whose planned Aberdeen Bay wind farm Trump described as a "blight the north east coastline" and "economically disastrous".
Vattenfall Wind Power reported a £82,000 profit for 2016, up £66,000 from 2015.