The Washington Post report that a dozen or so undocumented employees at the best budget golf clubs in Westchester County, New York, were fired in the middle of the just ended government shutdown over funding for Trump’s border wall.
The Post spoke to the workers and their attorney who said the abrupt firing took place on January 18. Some workers had worked as staff at the club for several years.
The New York Times reported last year that Trump’s private club in Bedminster, New Jersey had employed people that managers knew were in the country illegally.
Two women, who spoke to The Times last year, said that supervisors helped them avoid detection and keep their jobs. The paper also said there was no evidence that Trump or his organization executives knew of their immigration status.
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Eric Trump, the executive vice president of the Trump Organization, said in an email to The Post:
“We are making a broad effort to identify any employee who has given false and fraudulent documents to unlawfully gain employment. Where identified, any individual will be terminated immediately.“
Eric Trump also added that it is one of the reasons why
“my father is fighting so hard for immigration reform. The system is broken.“
Gabriel Sedano, a former maintenance worker who had worked at the club since 2005, was fired and told The Post.
“I told them they needed to consider us. I had worked almost 15 years for them in this club, and I’d given the best of myself to this job. I’d never done anything wrong, only work and work.“