Concerning: "Ginsburg Was Right: Trump Is Faking It":
Trump wants to be President. He has far bigger plans than the article speculates. I wasn't the least bit impressed.
As for Scotland, it's part of the UK and the UK voted leave. Just because Trump was in Scotland when he said what he did does not mean that he was referring to Scotland, per se, rather than the UK. People who hate people go out of their way to construe contexts. I don't like that and definitely try to avoid doing it. If there's another way of reading something, I want to know. Then I'll make up my own mind and not do so to fall in line with the crowd.I'm not for Trump. I see his weaknesses. I also see where he's better than Hillary.
On balance, she seems a much more reckless choice. She won't be swayed on foreign policy. She's held the same views for decades. Trump won't be swayed on it either, and his views are vastly superior in that realm, not perfect but vastly better nevertheless.
All the social and domestic economic issues won't matter a tinker's damn if we're all incinerated because she picks a fight concerning which Russia and China and others will not fail but to fight right back with everything they have. People who think she's not dangerous are going to rue the day if she gets in.
If you're going to campaign against Trump, I suggest you always do it by campaigning for someone other than Hillary.