Wednesday, February 13, 2019
Attorneys representing Morales, Diaz, two of the undocumented employees who've recently gone public, and other former Trump workers say that the real caravan isn't one made up of asylum-seekers, but instead of workers going to the New Jersey club, where management even helped some procure fake paperwork. "Bedminster golf course employed so many undocumented immigrants," tweeted Washington Post reporter David Fahrenthold, "that there's an entire town in Costa Rica built on Trump paychecks."
The "explosive front page Washington Post exposé details a decades long multi-state criminal conspiracy, perpetrated by the President of the United States to violate immigration, visa, and trafficking laws," said attorney David Leopold. Since Morales and Diaz stepped forward last December, a panicked Trump Organization has fired at least 18 undocumented immigrants from at least five golf clubs.
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