Today in One Paragraph
Donald Trump said he will visit Scotland to attend the official opening of his golf course, a day after the U.K. votes on whether to leave the European Union. President Obama challenged Republican arguments about the economy and knocked Donald Trump, without naming him, during a speech in Indiana. Two people are dead after a shooting at the University of California, Los Angeles. And French investigators detected underwater signals from one of the flight recorders on the downed EgyptAir plane.
Trump Heads to the U.K. The presumptive Republican presidential nominee will visit the Turnberry Golf Resort on June 24, one day after the “Brexit” vote. Trump said in an interview Wednesday that he supports the “leave” campaign. (David Wright, CNN)
Obama in Indiana. The president touted the country’s economic recovery and ripped the Republican presidential nominee’s proposals without mentioning him during a speech in Elkhart, Indiana, the site of his first domestic trip as president in 2009. “The primary story that Republicans have been telling about the economy is not supported by the facts. It's just not,” Obama said. (The Chicago Tribune)
Shooting at UCLA. Two people were killed in a murder-suicide in an engineering building, the Los Angeles Police Department said. According to a law enforcement official, police believe that the deceased are a professor and a student. The motive for the shooting remains unclear. (Los Angeles Times)