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PoliticsDem senator requests investigation into hiring of undocumented immigrants at Trump golf clubs

03:40  05 february  2019
03:40  05 february  2019 Source:   thehill.com

Worker fired from Trump golf course says Trump knew undocumented people were employed

Worker fired from Trump golf course says Trump knew undocumented people were employed An undocumented worker who was fired from one of President Trump's golf courses over the weekend said he believes Trump knew undocumented people worked at his various clubs. Gabriel Sedano and multiple other undocumented workers spoke to NBC News about their experiences being employed by the Trump National Golf Club in Westchester County, New York. It was their first on-camera appearance since they were abruptly fired last week. Sedano told NBC's Kate Snow that he believes the Trump National Golf Club employers knew they were hiring undocumented workers.

gathered evidence of undocumented immigrants who say they worked at Trump golf course , lawyer that investigators may be launching a probe into the hiring practices of the president’s golf club . The FBI declined to comment. Trump Organization officials did not respond to requests for

Watch more. Trump employed undocumented immigrants at golf club , lawsuit claims. Massachusetts Senator , progressive Democrat and major supporter of regulating Wall Street. She is still paid by the golf club but stopped going to work after her story was made public, her attorney said.

Dem senator requests investigation into hiring of undocumented immigrants at Trump golf clubs© The Hill Dem senator requests investigation into hiring of undocumented immigrants at Trump golf clubs Sen. Bob Menendez (D) on Monday requested an investigation into the hiring of undocumented immigrants at President Trump's golf clubs, including one in Menendez's home state of New Jersey.

Dozens of undocumented immigrants have been fired from Trump properties in recent months following reports of the Trump Organization hiring people without proper legal status.

Menendez met with four of these fired employees and then sent a request to Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen and Federal Bureau of Investigation Director Christopher Wray for the matter to be investigated.

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The workers said they were employed at Trump National Golf Clubs in Bedminster, N.J., and An attorney who represents undocumented immigrants who have worked at President Donald The undocumented immigrants were working at Trump businesses as Trump campaigned on curbing

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"Given the serious nature of these allegations, I bring this to your attention and request that the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) conduct an appropriate investigation into the matter," Menendez wrote.

"Furthermore, because the individuals I met with and others that may step forward appear to be potential witnesses to a crime and may provide the evidence necessary to conduct an appropriate investigation, I urge you to consider requesting or supporting authorization for them to remain in the U.S. during your necessary investigation."

"Additionally, law enforcement agencies working with a potential witness to a crime have tools at their disposal to assist in their investigation and may request - or support requests - for immigration or other authorized status, such as continued presence, deferred action, U or T visas, or any other appropriate relief," he concluded.

Undocumented former Trump workers ask Congress for protection

Undocumented former Trump workers ask Congress for protection Undocumented former workers at President Donald Trump's golf clubs are asking members of Congress and law enforcement officials for an investigation into Trump Organization hiring practices -- and for protection from deportation. require(["medianetNativeAdOnArticle"], function (medianetNativeAdOnArticle) { medianetNativeAdOnArticle.getMedianetNativeAds(true); }); Four former club workers met on Tuesday with New Jersey Democratic Sens. Cory Booker and Robert Menendez.

Undocumented immigrants who say they were fired from Trump 's golf courses meet with Sen . Trump Organization officials did not immediately respond to ABC News requests for comment. About a dozen undocumented workers from Latin America employed by the Trump National Golf Club in

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Several Democrats have warned the administration to be cautious with their treatment of immigrants without legal status who were alleging abuse at Trump properties.

Some lawmakers have even invited the fired workers to this week's State of the Union address.

Many of the workers have approached lawmakers to seek protection from Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials.

White House aide knew undocumented immigrants worked at Trump golf club, ex-employees say, drawing attention from New York AG.
The White House Twitter wrangler knowingly oversaw undocumented immigrant workers while he managed President Trump’s tony Westchester County golf club, ex-employees say — an allegation that the New York attorney general is looking into, according to a source familiar with the matter. Dan Scavino, the White House social media director who helps the President craft his tweets, ran the Trump National Golf Club in Briarcliff Manor as the general manager and oversaw the upscale estate’s day-to-day operations — including the hiring of immigrants with fake employment papers, three former undocumented workers told the Daily News this week.

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