Air Force reviews hotel choices after Trump resort stay
WASHINGTON — The Air Force is reviewing how crews on international travel choose airports and hotels after one crew recently spent a night at a Trump resort in Scotland.
An Air Force spokesman said Monday that an initial review of the March stopover in Scotland in which the crew stayed at the Trump Turnberry golf resort adhered to all official guidance and procedures.
Brig. Gen. Ed Thomas adds, however, that while lodging at higher-end hotels might be allowable, it might not always be advisable.
Congress is investigating stays at Trump properties by government employees, including Air Force personnel.
President Donald Trump says on Twitter that he knew nothing about the crew’s stay at Turnberry.