One, launched 10 days ago, asked that Robert Gordon University revoke the honorary doctorate he was awarded in 2010.
Today RGU revoked his doctorate saying that 'In the course of the current US election campaign, Mr Trump has made a number of statements that are wholly incompatible with the ethos and values of the univeristy.'
I still don't think Trump should have been awarded the degree : it was a shameful act of abasement to this bully and in 2010 it was clear that his US business practices were to be applied here, notably his attempts to gain control of the properties owned by the Menie residents. Does Sir Ian Wood have a few questions to answer about his role in awarding this degree? I proposed Sir Ian for a Dick of the Year Award in 2010: I don't see any reason to change my mind.
But that wasn't the only dismissal for Trump today. At long last, the Scottish Government removed Trump from his role as Global Scot. The amazing Andy Wightman has been following calls for Trump's removal from this business ambassador role for many years. His tenacity will be helpful when (and I say when not if) he is elected as a Green MSP for Lothians.
Suzanne launched another petition yesterday and in just 24 hours, it's gathered a quarter of a million signatures - and rising.
Do sign this petition at https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/114003
His hate filled remarks to women, non-whites, and non-Christians and his mockery of a disabled journalist show a remarkable lack of empathy. Some therapists believe he suffers from Narcissistic Personality Disorder.
One explains his behaviour:
'He’s applying for the greatest job in the land, the greatest task of which is to serve, but there’s nothing about the man that is service-oriented. He’s only serving himself.'
Some in Scotland spotted the danger of this self serving bully a decade ago. The rest are learning fast.
Let's do what we can to undermine his ability to bully in the US and Scotland and I can think of no better way than bracketing him with other who spread hatred.
Meanwhile: Thank you Suzanne.
Update: the petition passed the half million mark in the early hours of 11th December 2015. It currently holds the record for both the speed of reaching 100,000 signatures and the most signatures on the government petitions site.