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The New York Times reported that neighbors of Trump Scottish golf course, Trump International Gold Links, were sent a bill for a fence built along their property. The residents refused to sell their homes, so Trump put up the fence and trees to block their view.
David and Moira Milne had already been threatened with legal action by Mr. Trump’s lawyers, who claimed a corner of their garage belonged to him, when they came home from work one day to find his staff building a fence around their garden. Two rows of grown trees went up next, blocking the view. Their water and electricity lines were temporarily cut. And then a bill for about $3,500 arrived in the mail, which, Mr. Milne said, went straight into the trash.
“You watch, Mexico won’t pay either,” said Mr. Milne