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How a Trump construction crew has relied on immigrants without legal status

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The Trump Organization pledged early this year to scrutinize the legal status of its employees. But a little-known company owned by the president has continued to use undocumented workers for projects on his properties, according to past and current crew members. Trump told reporters  “Well I don’t know. Because I don’t run it, but I would say this: Probably every club in the United States has that, because it seems to me, from what I understand, a way that people did business.” 

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"The laborers hired by the Trump construction unit several of whom live in suburbs north of New York City are typically dispatched by Trump construction supervisors to different jobs, driving sometimes hundreds of miles to a golf course or resort, according to the current and former employees. Over the years, some passed weeks or months away from home, bunking in buildings at Trump's properties, they said. Their supervisors have paid little attention to their immigration status, even after Trump launched a campaign built around the threat of immigrants and then used his presidency to crack down on border crossings, workers said. "

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