Back home in America, he is being touted in some circles as a potential successor to Barack Obama as the next President in the United States.
In Scotland, he has seen the spectacular piece of coastline where he plans to build the "world's greatest golf course" being transformed "beyond his wildest expectations".
And today, he will receive his first ever honorary degree from one of Scotland's leading universities.
The flamboyant American tycoon is due to receive the degree, of Doctor of Business Administration, from Aberdeen's Robert Gordon University at a graduation ceremony at the Garthdee campus this morning.
It will give him the right to put the honorary title of Dr before his name. But, as he relaxed at his offices at the Menie estate between a busy round of business meetings yesterday, The Donald was having none of it.
"I don't want to be so pretentious," he insisted. "If I do that, I'll be crucified."
The honorary degree he will receive from oil tycoon Sir Ian Wood, the chancellor of the university, will be the first he has ever been awarded in any of the countries where his vast business empire now stretches.