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Undocumented former Trump employees demand meeting to ask Trump for deportation protection

Twenty-one  people who worked for the Trump Organization while undocumented have asked to meet with President Donald Trump to address immigration policy reform and request deportation relief, the Washington Post reported.

The Post on Wednesday obtained a letter from former Trump Organization golf course groundskeepers, maids and kitchen staff — some who worked there for 10 years — asking the President to “do the right thing to find a home for us here in America so that we can step out of the shadows and not deport us and our friends and family.”

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“We are modest people who represent the dreams of the 11 million undocumented men, women and children who live and work in this country,” the group wrote in the letter shared by the Post. “We love America and want to talk to you about helping to give us a chance to become legal.” […]

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