The threats to the families at Menie are increasing.
The Munro's at Leyton Cottage have the daily disturbance of heavy lorries past their house - and oddly the road put in to serve these lorries has had to be reconfigured a few times.
Trump is now claiming that David and Moira Milne have no right to part of the land their house is built on.
And the Trump's continuing harrassment of the Forbes is well documented.
My fear is that Trump, having realised that my colleagues on Aberdeenshire Council take delight in saying "Yes, Mr Trump and will that be all today?", will build the course, apply for permission to build the hotel and then refuse to do more unless they agree to CPOs for the Menie families land and the extra land at Leyton Farm.
Will my colleagues be able then to move from fawning over Trump to standing up for people's human rights?
Many thanks to the 250-300 people who marched from Balmedie to "the Bunker" at Mill of Menie in support of the families.