An advertisement placed in the Palm Beach Post informed the public about the waiter positions at Donald Trump’s Florida get away, but was a smashing together of small text and requirements including that applications must be sent in by fax.
The ad ran twice late last month, according to the Washington Post, and came after the resort asked during Made in America Week to be allowed to hire more foreign waiters, cooks and maids.
Essentially, Twitter went on a full on rampage over this news and the memes and punch lines were absolutely hysterical. Check them out:
Apply by fax. Applications in Russian only please.
— Dan Hamell (@Dan_Hamell) August 7, 2017
Or whatever shenanigans tickles your fancy
You get the idea pic.twitter.com/rYhnaYWUwi
— 🍯Poe’s LAWLZ🐵🔧 (@Finkelmeister) August 7, 2017
Fill out your application then make it into a paper airplane and hurl it over the gate.
— Kathleen Donohoe (@KathleenDonohoe) August 7, 2017
I think you can apply also by Myspace too.
— Gerry (@Gerryfan) August 7, 2017
This is laughable. This is how @realDonaldTrump gets around the law
— Ronnie Mukiibi. (@RonnieMatrix) August 7, 2017
Well, that’s not going to work is it. Trump’s only hire foreign workers so they can pay them slave wages & take advantage of them.
— 🇨🇦 Monte Alto 🇺🇸 (@Monte_Alto) August 7, 2017
You’d think Trump’s org would try 2 create better optics w regard to hiring foreign workers. But acute need 4 them undermines MAGA crusade.
— Gail Rathbun (@gail_rathbun) August 7, 2017
Trump’s glory days! pic.twitter.com/Eb4I9KnraH
— RESIST (@KStu88) August 7, 2017
So he’s bringing back fax machines? Just like coal! I better put my deposit down on that Kinkos franchise pronto
— Superunknown (@StaricekRussell) August 7, 2017
Seriously, what century does Trump live in? Online applications are a faster, convenient way to send in a resume or to apply. On the contrary, this is what Trump does best–takes advantage of loopholes and does the bare minimum for compliance.
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