Turnberry, Scotland -- Where Donald Trump goes, America's political campaign follows.
On an unofficial trip to Turnberry, Scotland, Donald Trump told reporters his sole focus was running for president. "Three months ago I would have said business is more important, but now I'm more a politician, although I hate the word," Trump said.
Turnberry is the location of one of Trump's most lucrative golf courses, where the women's British Open of golf is taking place this week.
Only a week before the first Republican debate in which he is taking part, the outspoken candidate said his only plan was to "show up."
"I am who I am, I'm not a debater," Trump said, before adding he was a "big job builder who gets things done." "Maybe I'll do terribly, maybe I'll do great."
"I'm not known as a politically correct person, and for a good reason," Trump said.