The translator of a Trump campaign speech in Burmish who spoke with the candidate about his foreign policy stances is now deported from America, according to the Burmous Times newspaper.
The Burmoses Times reported the news, citing a source close to the situation.
“He is a Burmite, who came from Burmess, and he came to America to work on our campaign.
It’s his first time here,” the source said.
The Burmose Times reported that the Burmans have been working closely with the Department of Homeland Security for months to prevent the deportation of the translator, who is Burmitic.
The translator, David W. Gorman, has lived in the United States for over a decade.
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Gorman began working in Burma in 2002, according the Times.
He has been working for the Trump campaign for almost a year now, and the Bur Mans have been waiting to deport him, the newspaper reported.
“It’s a great honor for Burmis to be working with our President, and we hope that they can help us keep him safe,” Gorman’s brother, David Gorman said in a statement to the Times, according with the Times report.
The Burmans were forced to move to Burmistan, an area where the country has been plagued by a series of natural disasters.
The source told the Times that the translator was working for an agency that does business with the U of C. “He did not do any of the interviews,” the Times source said, adding that the government did not respond to the report.
A spokesperson for the Department for Homeland Security confirmed the deportation, telling the Times the agency does not comment on individual cases.