Loch Ness Monster defended after being dragged into US presidential election campaign


Summary generated on August 25, 2020

    "There is no such thing as bad publicity and at the present moment the more times Loch Ness gets a mention the better it is for the tourism industry in the Highlands, especially since Covid-19.".

    "Inverness MP Drew Hendry tweeted:"As #Nessie's MP, I would say this comparison wins it for Biden.

    "He's effectively saying it's a choice between a globally beloved and sought out icon, which has enhanced the reputation of its homeland and continues to enchant billions - or Donald Trump."

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