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Trump National Doral lays off 560 workers due to virus

The resort said it had been forced to halt its business because of the spreading of new coronavirus. The laid-off workers are mostly food and beverage workers, golf attendants, housekeepers and bellhops. None of the workers are unionized.

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The Trump golf resort in South Florida where President Donald Trump initially wanted to host this year’s Group of Seven summit has temporarily laid off 560 workers.

A notice that the Trump National Doral Miami filed with the State of Florida at the end of last month said it had been forced to halt its business because of the spreading of new coronavirus.

The resort in metro Miami has been closed since mid-March and it’s unknown when it will resume regular operations, Al Linares, the resort’s director of human resources wrote to state and city officials.

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The laid-off workers are mostly food and beverage workers, golf attendants, housekeepers, and bellhops. None of the workers are unionized.

Last fall, the White House announced plans to host the Group of Seven summit at the Doral resort but reversed course after bipartisan concern that he’d violate a clause in the Constitution that prohibits presidents from accepting gifts or payments from governments.

Trump National Doral lays off 560 workers due to virus

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