Donald TrumpDonald TrumpDefining Trumpism: Making sense of the Trump’s first 100 days Top commander in Pacific: US needs to strengthen missile defense Planned Parenthood Action Fund launches GOTV effort in Montana special election MORE will hire foreign workers to staff the Mar-a-Lago Club in Palm Beach, Fla., this winter — as he did last year.
Trump hired 69 workers through the same program last year.
According to the Palm Beach Post, Trump will pay the staff wages comparable to what he offered last year. Though some will make less than they made last year, most will get a 1 percent raise.
Trump, who built his campaign on hardline immigration policies, faced criticism during the campaign when it was revealed that he hired foreign workers for seasonal jobs at the club.
"It's very, very hard to get people," Trump said when questioned about it at a March presidential debate.
"Other hotels do the exact same thing."
Trump will hire 19 cooks at $12.74 an hour, down from $13.01 an hour last year.
Mar-a-Lago will hire 30 waiters and waitresses at $11.13 an hour, a 14 cent increase from last year, and 15 housekeepers at $10.17 an hour, a 10 cent increase from last year.