Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lagos private club in Florida has consistently hired many more foreign workers than U.S. residents for seasonal jobs, the New York Times reports, despite Trump's anti-foreign worker rhetoric. By contrast, the club has filed visa applications for more than 500 workers from overseas, the newspaper reports. Since 2000, Trump's companies have filed applications with the Department of Labor to employ at least 1,100 foreign workers on temporary working visas, Reuters reported last year. Throughout his presidential campaign, Trump has said that he's committed to "bringing jobs back" to American workers. "Many fabulous people come in from Mexico and our country is better for it.