Trump winery seeks more foreign help: report
By Mark Hensch - 02/16/17 09:41 PM EST
A Virginia winery owned by President Trump’s son Eric has requested permission to bring in nearly two dozen foreign workers, according to a new report.
The Trump Winery in Virginia is seeking 23 workers from overseas to plant and harvest grapes there this spring, BuzzFeed reported Thursday.
The Department of Labor published a request from the winery, which is also known as Trump Vineyard Estates LLC, earlier that day.
Thursday’s posting says potential workers will earn $11.27 hourly working at the 1,300-acre estate from April 3 to as late as Oct. 27.
The workers are being sought using the federal H-2A visa program, which permits U.S. employers to hire foreign agricultural laborers for temporary work as long as no qualified Americans want the jobs instead.
Wait, didn’t Trump say he was bringing jobs back to America. I mean couldn’t he actually operate under the pretense of honesty. Yea sure, making America great again one H-2 visa worker at a time. Has Trump ever done anything that didn’t benefit himself or his family, ever at the expense of others?