Comment: Trump Documented and Undocumented

On the dozens of properties that Presidential candidate Donald Trump controls, we are confident that there are dozens if not hundreds of documented and undocumented immigrants helping him build and sustain his empire. He apparently thinks they are criminals, drug dealers and rapists. We invite Mr. Trump's political opponents to investigate the staffing on all Trump properties to expose his cynical hypocrisy as The Washington Post has begun to do. Most immigrants are good people, but apparently those that Mr. Trump hangs out with are criminals, drug dealers and rapists. In addition, we ask Mr. Trump to invite USCIS and ICE to investigate all his business enterprises to rid himself of such bad people he has been associating himself with. After he has done that, Mr. Trump will find, like hundreds of millions of Americans have, that immigrants are good people and are good for America.





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Article: What the Troubled Chinese Stock Market Could Mean for EB-5. By Mona Shah, Esq.



Article: How to Vet an EB-5 Broker-Dealer. By e-Council Inc



Article: Suit seeking to have consuls explain visa decisions loses in Supreme Court. By Alan Lee, Esq.






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