Trump says illegal workers make his American resorts great


Donald Trump is fond of saying that he was the first to talk about a border wall or fence, but back in 2013 when Ted Cruz was pushing an amendment to create it, Donald Trump was actually meeting with a bunch of illegal alien activists to boast about the many illegal aliens who work at his resorts.

...at his New York penthouse office atop Trump Tower, he convened a meeting.

Trump ushered in a pair of men — one to talk about the awards and a Democratic strategist who works with nonprofits — and three young DREAMer activists. The DREAMers were on a tour sharing their stories with those less likely to support them, like tea party supporters.

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"You know, the truth is I have a lot of illegals working for me in Miami,” he told them, using the term for undocumented immigrants those in the meeting found offensive. “You know in Miami, my golf course is tended by all these Hispanics — if it wasn’t for them my lawn wouldn’t be the lawn it is; it’s the best lawn,” Pacheco recalled Trump saying.

Trump said he knew the work of undocumented people is what makes his golf courses and hotels great.

Make America Great! That's Donald Trump's cry. And in Donald Trump's mind, it's illegal aliens who make his resorts great. Then Trump addressed the issue dear to their hearts: amnesty for illegal aliens:

“You’ve convinced me,” Trump said to the delight of the activists in the room.

“We all smiled at each other and said, ‘Wow, we did it, we got this guy to change his mind,’” Pacheco said.

Trump was "convinced" to support citizenship for illegal aliens. That's old news, and Trump-bots will claim he has changed his views in two short years. But what is news is that Trump has admitted that he employed large numbers of illegal aliens and undoubtedly still does today, in 2016. How can he credibly run for President on a platform of deporting illegal aliens when he currently, today, employs large numbers of them? Why has he never tried to verify the identity of his employees? If he is content employing large number of illegals, how sincere can he be about deporting them?

Trump's like a bank robber running for president of a bank while still employing robbers to go out and rob banks.

In fact, Trump, who talks incessantly about "bringing jobs back to America" has repeatedly tried to import foreigners to take jobs away from Americans.

GOP 2016 frontrunner Donald Trump is staking his campaign on promises to bring jobs back to America, but a new analysis of U.S. Labor records shows that Trump’s business have imported more than 1,100 foreign workers on temporary visas since 2000.

One of Mr. Trumps companies, the elite Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida, applied to import 70 foreign workers to serve as cooks, wait staff and cleaners this month alone, Reuters reported Friday

Nine companies that are majority-owned by Mr. Trump have sought to bring in foreign waitresses, cooks, vineyard workers and other laborers on temporary work-visa programs.

Why couldn't Trump fill those jobs with Americans? Because he wanted the cheapest labor possible, and he cares nothing about giving jobs to Americans.

Trump has said he wants to deport illegals and "bring the good ones back". From his own personal business dealings,which continue to this very day, it is clear that he is a hypocrite who cares nothing about the illegal alien problem as long as it helps him line his pockets. I think he will bring all the illegal aliens back. A man who has changed political parties at least five times, leaving the Republican party twice before, cannot be trusted.

(Abridged version originally published in AT)



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