Two more immigrants say they were employed by Trump while undocumented
5 monthes ago - By Think Progress
Two more immigrants have come forward to say they were employed by the Trump Organization even though company officials seemingly knew they were undocumented at the time.
The immigrants, both women, shared their experiences shortly after news reports of two other women who said they worked as housekeepers for the president without valid documentation.
Gilberta Dominguez and Floridalma Bautista, both 34, told the New York Times on Friday that they were employed by the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, New Jersey, and that management was aware of their undocumented status.
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