Elected President of US, Donald Trump has said that he will not allow foreign workers to replace Americans. He said in reference to cases which apparently revealed that many companies including Disney world have hired people on H1-B visa including Indians while displacing the US workers.
Mr. Trump told: “We will fight to protect every last American life,” on Thursday with regard to thousands of his supporters in Lowa while referring to the cases of Disney world and other US companies.
Mr. Trump vowed: “During the campaign, I also spent time with American workers who were laid off and forced to train. The foreign workers brought in to replace them. We won’t let this happen anymore,” amidst applause and cheers from the audience.
He also added: “Can you believe that? You get laid off and then they won’t give you your severance pay unless you train the people that are replacing you. I mean, that’s actually demeaning maybe more than anything else,”
They were an allegation made in the Disney world and other two US companies by their former technology staff, reported that there was a conspiracy made by this company displacing the American workers while hiring cheap foreign laborers with H1B Visa, most of them are known to be Indians.
Leo Perrero and Dena Moore are the two employees of Walt Disney world among 250 others Disney tech workers who laid off their job earlier in January 2015 in Orlando. They also dragged other two IT companies HCL Inc and Cognizant Technologies into this lawsuit action.
Mr. Trump said: “You know the name of one of the companies that are doing it. I’m going to be nice because we’re trying to get that company back. Don’t forget much harder when a company announced a year and a half ago – some of these companies, like Carrier, they announced long before I even knew I was going to be running for president,”
He added to this saying “We will put an end to illegal immigration and stop the drugs from pouring into our country, the drugs are pouring into our country, poisoning our youth and plenty of other people,”