Government & Politics

Trump’s child-care proposals don’t apply to his own employees

When Donald Trump vowed this week to make child care more accessible and affordable, it was just the second time during his White House campaign that he’s talked about the issue.

The first came months ago in Iowa, when he touted his own record as a business owner during a candidate Q&A.

Trump says that he provides on-site child care service for his employees and encouraged other companies to do the same.

He says it’s not expensive; all you need are some blocks and some toys.

But the programs Trump cites are for hotel guests and members of his golf courses, not for Trump employees.

The Trump Organization says its policies differ from property-to-property.

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