Trump Golf Club Allegedly Employed Undocumented Immigrants

Two employees worked with falsified papers at the Trump National Golf Club Bedminster in New Jersey, their lawyer said. The president has visited the club more than 70 times since taking office.
The New York Times report says that at least two supervisors at Trump National Golf Club Bedminster in New Jersey were aware that two female employees were not in the country legally. Source: Brendan Smialowski

The Trump Organization employed immigrants in the country illegally at one of its New Jersey golf clubs, according to a lawyer representing one former and one current employee.

Anibal Romero told NPR that his two clients worked using falsified papers at the Trump National Golf Club Bedminster in New Jersey and that he knows of other employees continuing to work at the club without

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