Trump Hires 70 Foreign Workers At Mar-A-Lago

America first! The Palm Beach Post reports:

Like other Palm Beach County employers who staff their clubs with foreign workers, President Donald Trump is boosting the number of employees he’s bringing from overseas this winter.

Trump won permission to hire 70 maids, cooks and servers at the Mar-a-Lago Club for the 2017-18 tourist season, according to newly released data from the U.S. Labor Department. In 2016-17, Trump hired 64 foreign workers at the Palm Beach property.

Hiring workers from abroad seems to contradict Trump’s public pronouncements. The president has publicly shamed Carrier Corp., Ford Motor and others for moving manufacturing jobs to Mexico. During a March 2016 presidential debate, U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio criticized Trump for bringing in workers from overseas, saying American citizens could fill the jobs.

  • DesertSun59

    And still his cult worshipers could care less.

    • Rebecca Gardner
      • JackFknTwist

        I’ve just watched a news clip Trump/turd address the troops, in Japan, I think.
        But the clip reminded me of the old Pathe news reels of the British troops in 1914 cheering about going to war with Germany. They believed it would be over by Christmas 1914.

        In years to come we will watch these vids of Trump/turd address the troops before he sent them to their deaths and we will wonder why did we not stop him, why did the Congress not stop him. What allowed this insane maniac lead the USA into a nightmare…..did we sleep through his megalomania? Did we not see what is happening ? Or were we too timid in the face of those fascist Republicans who put us down with their ‘appeaser’ slurs ?

        And there before me on the screen right now are the troops, like turkeys cheering for Christmas/Thanksgiving while Trump/turd whips them up with words of “the greatest country in the world”, “the greatest military in the world”, and they lap up the hyperbole.
        These ones will be the first to die in this inexorable build up for war. And the Congress will forget about Russia and the election in a faux patriotic hysteria, a disunited unity of delusional ‘exceptionalism’.
        God help those 19 year olds in the army, navy, air corps.
        They haven’t a clue about this military-industrial complex that now seems to be in the hands of an illiterate delusional old fool.

        Like turkeys cheering for Christmas…..
        It’s tragic.

        • McSwagg

          History repeats for those too ignorant to learn its lessons. It’s the 1930’s of Germany again, but this time in the US.

      • Acronym Jim

        Those warning signs were hammered home in the latest and best episode of AHS Cult this season.

    • Joe in PA

      Under the guise of “this is gonna come back to bite me”, but the expression is “couldn’t care less”.

      I’m sure my next comment will have some kind of mistake, that always happens when I try to correct someone. 🙂

      Sorry, that’s one of those finger-on-the-chaulk-board things for me.

      • Dazzer

        Agreed with “couldn’t”.

        Pedant then looks at “chaulk” 🙂

        • Joe in PA

          Dammit! What did I tell you? I didn’t even make it out of the same comment without a mistake! I swear that happens every time. Arrrrgh.

          Oh and thanks for pointing it out bitch. 🙂 (I mean that in a nice way) 🙂

    • marshlc

      I doubt if they know, and if told, they won’t believe. After all, you can bet the bank that this news will not appear on Fox.

  • Dave B

    “Seems to contradict”????

    • worstcultever

      Srsly! Et tu, Palm Beach Post? I thought that paper was somewhat above the MSM nambying and pambying.

  • TrueWords

    The request was originally filed during Trump’s “Made In America week” at the White House.

    It’s amazing, the stupidity and audacity of Trump.

    What’s even more amazing is the stupidity of blue collar folks who actually believe he is looking out for them and will bring back job to America.

  • TrueWords
    • Marides48

      Well, DUH!

  • PickyPecker
    • Joe in PA


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    • McSwagg

      I like it. I still pay a couple of bills by mail, because they want to add a big surcharge to pay on-line. Since November 2016, I always intentionally attach the “flag” postage stamp up-side-down as a subtle sign of protest. I’m sure no one else really notices, but it makes me feel good to do it.

      [Edit] Image added below.

  • boobert

    Hypocrisy , thy name is trump !

    • thatotherjean

      Always has been.

  • worstcultever

    That overhead shot of Mar a Fuck You makes me dream of small, surgical asteroids.

    • olandp

      I have to believe Mrs. Post would not be happy.

      • worstcultever

        I have to believe she’s already not happy

  • Tulle Christensen

    I guess the poor and unemployed in western Palm Beach Country were not qualified , because they might report being exploited

  • Rebecca Gardner
    • Joe in PA

      Hmmm, [scratches head]…is there any way to include Tomi Lahren? She is my newest hate-obsession.

      • RaygunsGoZap

        I call her Hate Flushed Mutant Tweety

    • SFHarry

      Donald had a little scam
      He planned it in Moscow
      And everywhere that Donald went
      Indictments were in tow.

    • greenmanTN

      Little Donnie Trumper
      Sat in his dumpster
      Sending his Tweets away
      Than along came a Mueller
      Who couldn’t be crueler
      Taking Donnie’s family away!

  • Leo

    Trump is the symptom, not the cause. That’s the long-term existential crisis – the populous, not this presidency after Kremlingate is over and everyone’s in jail.

    Don’t waste energy on deplorables telling this latest info to but those that you think you can convince. Support Holder/Obama’s efforts to stop gerrymandering. Run for something or help those running for something. There’s only so much you can do but what you can, do.

    • Joe in PA

      I am working the polls on Tuesday:

      Let’s do this.

      • SoCalGal20

        Good luck and have fun!

    • LesbianTippingHabits

      Don’t forget to register and vote.

      Colin Kaepernick suppressed his own vote, without Republican help.

      • Dazzer

        Kaepernick what? Don’t understand.

        Otherwise, yes – getting out and voting is vital one way or another.

        • SoCalGal20

          Kaepernick didn’t vote in 2016 because he didn’t like Trump or Hillary. His choice, even though I strongly disagree with that avenue of “protest”.

          However, why LTH feels the need to to bring up that specific point every fucking time, I don’t know. How about bringing up all the Bernie or Busters who voted for Jill Stein or Trump?

          • Todd20036

            It’s a troll Not worth the effort

          • Leo

            Oh! Eh, probably should’ve looked that up. And yes to your latter point.

          • Dazzer

            Thank you. Much appreciated. 🙂

          • LesbianTippingHabits

            Thank you, SoCalGal20. In response to your comment:

            Until progressives make Not Voting politically incorrect, Trump and his ilk will continue to plague our nation at all levels of government. Our political system is far from perfect, but it’s the only one we have.

            While Not Voting was indeed Colin Kaepernick’s choice, which I respect, choices have consequences – in this case, his credibility as a public figure protesting police brutality (as a general term). It’s a shame he threw that away – because voter suppression is not necessary if people like him don’t even bother.

            Also in answer to your question, re the Bernie or Busters, and others who threw away their vote:

            Well, at least they – unlike You-Know-Who – voted.

            Trump voters actually voted – and that’s why Hillary lost the election.

      • Leo

        Why do long-term members turn trolly on my posts almost exclusively here? It’s pissing me off.

        • clay

          Do you really want an answer?

          • Leo

            Guess not.

        • SoCalGal20

          Your posts are fine. Don’t let people whose posts you deem trolly get to you. 🙂

          • Todd20036

            LesbianTipping is a troll. Even its screen name is a meme about Hillary Clinton being a lesbian.

            I blocked it long ago

          • medaka

            Moi aussi.

          • Leo

            Done and done.

  • worstcultever

    OT – my exact feelings as I woke up at 5 am this morning

    • Rebecca Gardner
      • maybe if you stop calling it daylightsavingStime? drop the extra “S” ;-))

        • ClevelandJim

          “Oh, give it a rest Joan,” said the bitchy queen who woke, annoyingly, at 5:20 a.m.

      • marshlc

        Am I really the only person who likes Daylight Saving Time?

        Maybe it’s because I live quite far north (central Alberta). Here, in summer, the sun rises at three am, standard time. Sets around nine. Few people are up and about between three and four, but lots are between nine and ten. So moving the clocks so that it seems the sun rises at four and sets at ten just seems reasonable – why not be up while the sun is and have it get dark around the time many people are thinking about going to bed?

        If you live somewhere where the difference between summer and winter is not so stark, and you’re going to be up and about in the dark for hours no matter what, it probably doesn’t seem worth it. But here, it really does.

        • You are not the only one…looks like there are two of us!

        • Most people don’t realize how one’s location (latitude and longitude) effects the relative time of sunrise and sunset. So the issue is not a simple matter. Also, the powers that were (George W.) moved the clock-change dates to accommodate “energy savings” and school children who were going to school in the dark in some locations. Maybe it would help if we could adjust our work/sleep schedule to the sun instead of to the clock. Personally I love the sunset later in the summer – but I also don’t have to ever go to work in the dark, now that I’m retired.

          • marshlc

            Yeah, where I am, no mater what you’re not going to work in the dark in the summer, and no matter what, you ARE going to work in the dark in the winter. The only real effect of DST is that hour where you don’t need to turn the lights on, in the summer evenings.

            If you live somewhere where it’s just a matter of the lights being on in the morning rather than at night, I can see thinking the whole thing is a huge waste of time.

            And, tangentially, on the issue of not realizing that location has an impact on daylight – I often find myself disturbed and anxious watching movies that are made, as so many movies are, in southern California. I just have a feeling that there’s something *wrong*. Finally pinned it down a few years ago – it’s dark outside in the evening in the summer, in the movies. High summer, here, there is still a little lingering light in the west after eleven. Here, if the sun goes down at six o’clock, everyone is wearing a heavy coat. Funny how things like that can affect a person.

          • McSwagg

            Daylight varies from about 10 hours in winter to about 14 hours in summer at the latitudes of the southern border and gulf states of the US. That’s not a lot of variation and probably why Arizona opts out of DST.

        • Canadian Observer

          You might well be. I was up in Peace River (northwestern Alberta) for a series of meetings over the Canada Day weekend a few years ago… there was something disconcerting about the fireworks display having to be be scheduled for approximately midnight in order for it to be seen against a dark sky…

          There was also a wonderful piece on CBC about DST that pointed out that while the idea was to reduce energy consumption, there is no valid statistical evidence that it does – the primary effect seems to be to boost retail sales especially (for some reason) automobiles.

          I can do without the dislocation to my sleep patterns that DST causes.

      • perversatile
  • Boreal
  • thatotherjean

    Of course he does. They’re separated from their families, they don’t speak much English, and they’re so much easier to exploit than the local people who might do the same work. Who are they going to complain to?

  • Henry Auvil

    Because Rumanian pee hookers are just better than American ones.

    • Dazzer

      Putin said so. It must be true.

  • LesbianTippingHabits

    The real issue is that, under current law and regulation, the Department of Homeland Security, by itself, can ‘determine’ whether U.S.-based workers are available.

    No input from taxpayer-funded job service centers, like Careersource, is required.–briefly/2017/08/07/7198576c-792f-11e7-9eac-d56bd5568db8_story.html?utm_term=.799e7af2a280

    Frankly, that’s stupid. Any real businessman [one who pays his bills] would want to fix this, pronto.

    As Secretary of Homeland Security, John Kelly could have fixed this.
    He chose not to.

    • Rebecca Gardner

      “Every record has been destroyed or falsified, every book rewritten, every picture has been repainted, every statue and street building has been renamed, every date has been altered. And the process is continuing day by day and minute by minute. History has stopped. Nothing exists except an endless present in which the Party is always right.” ~ George Orwell, 1984

      • LesbianTippingHabits

        Though, in this case, it is The Leader (Der Fuehrer), not the Party.

  • TuuxKabin
  • ChrisMorley

    Mar a Lago IS going to DROWN from global warming’s sea level rise.
    We just have to be patient. It will be sometime before 2100.

    The three-degree world: the cities that will be drowned by global warming
    – The UN is warning that we are now on course for 3C of global warming. This will ultimately redraw the map of the world

    Miami, US – 2.7 million people affected
    Few other cities in the world have as much to lose from rising sea levels as Miami.
    Locals consider ‘king tides’ (knee deep water in downtown streets) the “new normal” in the biggest city of Florida’s largest metropolitan area, which would simply cease to exist with a 3C temperature rise.
    Even at 2C, forecasts show almost the entire bottom third of Florida – the area south of Lake Okeechobee (includes Mar a Lago) currently home to more than 7 million people – submerged, with grim projections for the rest of the state in a little more than half a century. In Miami-Dade county alone, almost $15bn of coastal property is at risk of flooding in just the next 15 years.’

    • Tulle Christensen

      It’s OK that is where most of of the liberals live in the state, so it is a positive not a negative

      • ChrisMorley

        I know Joe has a annual January break in Key West.

  • LesbianTippingHabits

    Of course, is Mar-a-Lago going to pay them?

  • clay

    But don’t worry– they don’t have any relatives here and they aren’t any different than the minorities we already have– they’re the safe kind of immigrants.


    • Tulle Christensen

      sure they will pay them twice the rate that prisoners get paid in the state, which would be $1.10 an hour

  • worstcultever

    OT again – boy oh boy, talk about a depressing (but necessary) thread. Vote hacking/stealing is THE ONLY issue. How can they keep getting away with this as the states and nation just shrug? Karen Handel is yet another illegitimate officeholder. Our representative government is being (has already been?) systematically destroyed by these criminal puke pigs.

    • Ross

      I am convinced that the 2016 election was stolen.

      I am convinced that 2004 was stolen.

      And few seem to care.


      • Rebecca Gardner

        I’m convinced 2018 and 2020 will be stolen.
        2021 is going to be a very scary place. Nazi Germany will look like Disney World.

        • clay

          April 1, 2020– the next Decennial Census, determining the US House and State legislative boundaries for the next decade. We all better be hoping that Wisconsin decision favors democracy (and I don’t just mean Democrats).

          • David Walker

            Are you sure there will be a 2020 census? Questions are all being debated (“Do we REALLY need to know how homosexuals are cohabiting?”) and, as I recall, a few items have been delayed almost to the point of making it impossible to conduct, Constitution be damned (again).

          • clay

            There’s a concerted effort (conducted by Kobach?) to only use voters for reapportionment. The only way to accomplish that in the short term would be to undercut the (currently leaderless) US Census Bureau to the point that there is no 2020 Census.

        • Tulle Christensen

          It’s a small world after all, It’s a small world after all, a small small world

          • Joe in PA

            {{{fingers in ears}}} nanananananana…not gonna let that song be stuck in my head…not gonna let that song be stuck in my head.


          • Acronym Jim
          • Joe in PA
          • Tulle Christensen

            When I was 13 my family went to Disney World for the first time, while in the small world ride it broke down and we were stuck inside for over 30 minutes with the song playing over and over and over

            I am scarred for life

          • Joe in PA

            That’s like a nightmare. Arrrgh.

          • Todd20036

            Duff beer for me. Duff beer for you. I’ll have a Duff. You’ll have one too…

          • Karl Dubhe

            It’ll be a radioactive ball of cinders and ash. 🙁

      • worstcultever

        Heck, the one good thing I thought would come out of Bush v. Gore and the total FL fuckery (17 years ago!!) would be a MASSIVE outcry for electoral reform.

        Instead, crickets. Nothing to see here. DAMN was I a babe in the woods.

        And in all the time since, nothing but more outrageousness and audacity in the puke scheming, with ZERO pushback.

        • Karl Dubhe

          I remember hearing calls for reform, that’s how Diebold got into the market. IIRC

          That’s how elections were made into a totally ‘free’ market, that is.

      • MBear

        Kompooters ur confoozing

      • LesbianTippingHabits

        Well, since Colin Kaepernick didn’t bother to vote, was it really stolen?

    • SoCalGal20

      Yeah, all of a sudden voters in Fulton which went big for Ossoff in the primary didn’t bother in June. Sure. It did seem odd. There were also stories out of there about people being told they were no longer in GA06 and shit.

      And the state elections server and backups were conveniently wiped. Nothing to see here!

    • Rebecca Gardner
  • boobert

    It’s sad that this doesn’t bother his supporters. The use of the foreign workers is one thing, but the bullshit talk about creating US jobs is sickening.

  • Rebecca Gardner

    Does anyone have any proof of this further illegal activity.

  • Boreal

    Day 288 of my journal:
    The shitgibbon is still preznit. Hoping his Fugu sushi is quite delicious.
    Daylight Saving time has thrown my sleep schedule off whack, probably for at least a week. After a night of raucous partying, drinking and dancing at the neighbors I am hungover. Chili is cooking in the crockpot for tonight and a nice fire going in the living room on this grey day. Lots of coffee consumed. Next a hot shower and then maybe a nap followed by hair of the dog and most likely troll blocking.


    • Joe in PA

      We had our first fire this week…then temps went back up to 70+. Crazy.

      (oh, and chili for us tonight too!) Enjoy.

      • Boreal

        Our first fire was Halloween night which is pretty late under normal circumstances.

    • worstcultever

      Sounds perfect! Chili = perfect fall comfort food

      Also naps – can’t have enough of em

    • TuuxKabin

      And Dilly Dawg?

      • Boreal

        Sleeping soundly by the fire.

  • boobert

    The Asian trip turned in to a Putin visit ! That’s a shocker, lol.

    • ohbear1957

      Fortunately Da Nang’s temperatures will be in the 70s – warm enough for shirtless horseback riding. Oh so romantic.

      • boobert

        That poor horse !

      • JWC

        poor horse with Lardass Trump on board

    • BobSF_94117

      He’s gotta hand over the keys somewhere.

    • Halou

      Theory is that the Asia visit is merely cover for a night with Putin, because under current circumstances there is no legitimate reason for those two to ever meet.

  • Ninja0980

    His supporters won’t care about this lie either.
    That is why we have to get out and vote, simple as that.

  • liondon#iamnotatraitor

    No great healthcare bill, no infrastructure bill, no wall, tax cuts look very iffy, on vacation more than working, people hate him in droves… wowzy… he sucks.

    • Halou

      So much winning.

  • Hank

    They are ALL coming from RUSSIA!!! /s

    • McSwagg

      Of course. With Top Secret documents being passed around the dining room of Muerde de Loco for all to see, Putin doesn’t really need trained spies when domestic help can accomplish the task for much less.

  • M Jackson

    Hiring American workers might give trump’s hotel patrons the false impression that the help were just as good as them.

  • JWC

    Hello :Murica! OH you Blessed 30% Donny really does NOT care about you, Not one damned bit. Never has never will. Wake up and smell the coffee

    • More like wake up and smell the bullshit he’s been spreading. cheetolini can’t open his mouth without a lie, a slur or self praise falling from those repellant lips of his.

      • JWC

        as Lawrence O’Donnell pointed out, rightly or wrongly , that after Trump makes a statement he concludes it with “Believe me” This indicate that he has lied

        • McSwagg

          Psychologists have documented a number of behavioral and verbal tics that indicate when a person is lying. Repeatedly saying “Believe Me” or similar statements like “That’s the Truth” is a pretty sure sign of duplicity.

  • Charles Nelson

    The First Lady better hope that none of the Green card holders is a beautiful blond from Slovenia.

  • Jean-Marc in Canada
  • Platos_Redhaired_Stepchild

    And in other news, Pennsyltucky coal miners are refusing to re-train because they’re sure Trump is going to bring back coal.

    • Ann Kah

      You have to understand that most of them are also waiting for Jesus to return.

    • McSwagg

      Job (re)training should be an integral part of any unemployment package that is “take it or leave it”. Refuse the training and you get no unemployment payments.

      • Platos_Redhaired_Stepchild

        Actually you can’t collect unemployment if you’re taking classes….because it means you’re not actively seeking a new job.

        • McSwagg

          So it’s better to actively seek non-existent jobs?

          • Platos_Redhaired_Stepchild

            Depending on the state you live in you have to submit resumes & do a certain number of interviews each week.

            So, yes, you have to look for a job even if there aren’t any in your field…and if you’re offered one, say flipping burgers, you probably aren’t allowed to turn it down.

  • Halou

    For the “jobs” at mar-a-lago, I don’t think Americans would be suitable. For example the listening device operation and maintenance job can only be done by a Russian.

    • McSwagg

      Secret documents are passed freely around the dinner table at “Meurde de Loco” so no special skills are really needed to “acquire the desired intelligence”.

  • andrew

    Shout this from the roof tops so that hard of hearing working class Americans might wake the fuck up.

  • Stubenville

    Build a wall around it.

  • GanymedeRenard

    Please tell me Milo’s in the payroll as doing something useful. Tell me his redeeming quality as a foreign worker in the USA is cleaning toilets – and I say this with UTMOST respect for the hard-working people in that industry, who are so underestimated and undignified.