Some of Trump's former employees met with Samantha Bee this week. They told her that Trump fired them so that he would not get caught. In one case, a woman was given $175 so that she could obtain fake documents.
When investigative reporting began to reveal that undocumented workers were still employed at Trump’s clubs well into his presidency and its anti-immigrant agenda, they said, that’s when the mass firings began. “He got rid of us,” another former worker told Bee. “For what? So they wouldn’t catch him having illegal workers.”
Although all eyes have been lately on the Democrats’ recently announced formal impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump, there’s still a lot of activity on other fronts too. Now, a federal judge has blocked their team’s ongoing attempt to dramatically expand those eligible for expedited removal from the United States. As the plan updated, those subject to possible removal would have expanded from those in the country for less than two weeks to those in the U.S. for less than two years. The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) had apparently participated in a lawsuit against the arbitrary policy change, which sparked the current ruling.