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Many of Mar-A-Lago's Foreign Workers Come From Haiti

Many of Mar-A-Lago's Foreign Workers Come From Haiti

Club General Manager Bernd Lembcke did not return calls for comment left on his answering machine at Mar-a-Lago, and neither did Alan Garten, the chief legal officer of Trump's private businesses.

The events follow the president's alleged remarks during a meeting with senators on immigration last week, during which issues including Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for immigrants from certain countries were discussed. President Donald Trump reportedly asked a group of lawmakers at the White House on Thursday, demanding that congressional negotiators "take them out" of any further talks about extending temporary protected status.

Trump reportedly questioned why the US would accept more immigrants from Haiti and "shithole countries" in Africa rather than places like Norway.

President Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, Florida, was cited for 15 kitchen violations and other maintenance problems in November, according to state records.

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He added, "We got to find a way to work on this man's heart". "All of civilization and humanity originated from the soils of Africa".

Across the street from the hundreds of Trump protesters were Trump supporters, waving American flags and holding up signs proclaiming "I love Trump" and "Trump 2020".

At Mar-a-Lago, the season runs from November to April, when sunny Palm Beach is a mecca for wealthy Northerners escaping the cold.

Luckily for Trump, the answer to one of them - namely, why America "needs more Haitians" - lies right outside the president's front door. Monday would have been King's 89th birthday.


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