“The Globe, in a follow-up report, contacted the Romney campaign Tuesday to ask why the former governor continued to allow two illegal immigrants to work on his property in Belmont, Mass. Community Lawn Service not only mows the grass, but also rakes leaves in the fall.
Romney promptly drafted a two-paragraph letter to Ricardo Saenz, the company’s owner, informing him of the termination.
‘As soon as we were given credible information that people assigned to work on the governor’s property were not of legal status, we acted,’ Romney spokesman Eric Fehrnstrom said. ‘The governor has been on the road almost constantly since the beginning the year and hasn’t interacted with the people working on his lawn.'”
Isn’t there anyone who lives there — even a footman or someone — who keeps an eye out?
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