Presidential hopeful Donald Trump isn't waiting to be elected to start building borders.
Trump, whose Miss USA pageant was dropped from the Univision network following his remarks about Latinos during a campaign address, has already threatened to sue the station for hundreds of millions of dollars, and now has escalated the conflict to ban all Univision employees from his Trump Doral Miami golf course.
Earlier this week Trump lost Univision's support to air the pageant on July 12 after the mogul said that Mexican immigrants are "bringing drugs, they're bringing crime. They're rapists." On Friday, the pageant's planned host, actress Roselyn Sanchez, resigned as Trump's employee, remarking that it would be "inconceivable" to go on hosting the show.
In his letter Trump promised that if he becomes president he would erect a "meaningful border ... not the laughing stock that it currently is," reported TMZ, and is apparently beginning with establishing strict border control at his golf course.
In response to banning Univision employees from playing golf on his 800-acre golf course and resort, the network sent a memo to all of its employees to avoid patronizing any Trump properties, anywhere.
"As part of this decision, UCI employees should not stay at Trump properties while on company business or hold event/activities there," the company directive stated.