Donald Trump has brought his plans to visit the UK forward to the day before the EU referendum.
The presumptive Republican nominee will travel to Scotland on 22 June to celebrate the reopening of his Trump Turnberry hotel.
Mr Trump had originally announced he would visit the UK on 24 June, the same day as the result of the EU referendum is announced.
Donald Trump's most controversial quotes
Donald Trump's most controversial quotes
1/14 On Isis:
"Some of the candidates, they went in and didn’t know the air conditioner didn’t work and sweated like dogs, and they didn’t know the room was too big because they didn’t have anybody there. How are they going to beat ISIS?"
2/14 On immigration:
"I will build a great wall — and nobody builds walls better than me, believe me —and I’ll build them very inexpensively. I will build a great, great wall on our southern border, and I will make Mexico pay for that wall. Mark my words."
3/14 On Free Trade:
"Free trade is terrible. Free trade can be wonderful if you have smart people. But we have stupid people."
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4/14 On Mexicans:
"When Mexico sends its people, they’re not sending their best. They’re sending people that have lots of problems. They’re bringing drugs. They’re bringing crime. They’re rapists."
5/14 On China:
"I just sold an apartment for $15 million to somebody from China. Am I supposed to dislike them?... I love China. The biggest bank in the world is from China. You know where their United States headquarters is located? In this building, in Trump Tower."
6/14 On work:
"If you're interested in 'balancing' work and pleasure, stop trying to balance them. Instead make your work more pleasurable."
7/14 On success:
"What separates the winners from the losers is how a person reacts to each new twist of fate."
8/14 On life:
"Everything in life is luck."
9/14 On ambition:
"You have to think anyway, so why not think big?"
10/14 On his opponents:
"Bush is totally in favour of Common Core. I don't see how he can possibly get the nomination. He's weak on immigration. He's in favour of Common Core. How the hell can you vote for this guy? You just can't do it."
11/14 On Obamacare:
"You have to be hit by a tractor, literally, a tractor, to use it, because the deductibles are so high. It's virtually useless. And remember the $5 billion web site?... I have so many web sites, I have them all over the place. I hire people, they do a web site. It costs me $3."
12/14 On Barack Obama:
"Obama is going to be out playing golf. He might be on one of my courses. I would invite him. I have the best courses in the world. I have one right next to the White House."
13/14 On himself:
"Love him or hate him, Trump is a man who is certain about what he wants and sets out to get it, no holds barred. Women find his power almost as much of a turn-on as his money."
14/14 On America:
"The American Dream is dead. But if I get elected president I will bring it back bigger and better and stronger than ever before and we will make America great again."
The news will prompt speculation the outspoken businessman-turned-politician may seek to make a last-minute intervention in the debate ahead of the vote, which is seen as Britain's most important in a generation.
He has previously said he supports Brexit, because immigration has been "a horrible thing for Europe".
He told Fox News in May: “I know Great Britain very well. I know, you know, the country very well. I have a lot of investments there.
“I would say that they're better off without it, but I want them to make their own decision."
Although initially appearing unfamiliar with the term "Brexit," he recently told the Hollywood Reporter: "Oh yeah, I think they should leave."
David Cameron has previously said Mr Trump "deserves our respect" for winning the nomination, but declined to withdraw his previous criticism of a call for a ban on Muslims entering the US as "divisive, stupid and wrong".
After visiting his Turnberry resort, he will travel to Aberdeen and then his Doonbeg golf resort in Co Clare, Ireland.
The visit will coincide with US Vice President Joe Biden's trip to Ireland and the result of the EU referendum.
Mr Trump is expected to be officially confirmed as the Republican nominee for the White House at the party's national convention in in July.Reuse content