Former Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond, who was Trump's real adversary when the dispute began, taunted the Republican front-runner after the decision calling him "three times a loser."
"(Trump) has at best postponed, and at worst jeopardized, a vital £200 million boost for the economy of the north east of Scotland. The offshore project could have been built by now," Salmond said in statement.
He also went on to add that his "behavior and comments are unlikely to attract the votes of many Mexican-Americans or Muslim-Americans."
"Given his treatment of Scotland, Scots American(s) are likely to join the ever growing list of people alienated by Trump," he added.
Salmond's words hit a nerve with the American, who immediately responded by rebutting claims that the golf resort was underperforming.
"(Salmond) should go back to doing what he does best — unveiling pompous portraits of himself that pander to his already overinflated ego," the statement said.