Anthony Bourdain defends immigrants, shreds Trump and lazy culinary school kids

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Anthony Bourdain Says Trump’s Presidency Would Mean the End of Every Restaurant in America.

Anthony Bourdain, author of “Kitchen Confidential” and host of CNN’s “Parts Unknown,” slammed Donald Trump for his comments on deporting immigrants – saying that restaurants would have a hard time functioning if that happened. “If Mr.

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The United States will send 20 to 30 special operations forces to Syria to serve as military advisers in the fight against Islamic State, a U.S. official said.During a recent interview on SiriusXM, Parts Unknown host and new Waffle House devotee Anthony Bourdain had some important things to say about Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump, and his divisive stance on immigration. “I rolled out of a prestigious culinary institute and went to work in real restaurants,” Bourdain told host Pete Dominick. “I walked into restaurants and always, the person who had been there the longest, who took the time to show me how it was done, was always Mexican or Central American. “The backbone of the industry — meaning most of the people in my experience cooking, preparing your food. The additional U.S. troops will operate in a limited “advise and assist” capacity, without changing President Barack Obama’s overall mission to combat the militant group, a separate U.S. official said. Outside of saying he would deport millions of undocumented immigrants, he also said the ones coming in from Mexico are rapists and that he would force Mexico to pay for a border wall. Trump’s intense stance on the issue has been at the center of celebrity backlash, with a growing list of A-listers including Mark Zuckerberg, Matt Damon, Lady Gaga, and Ricky Martin, lashing out against the candidate.

Never, in any of those years, not once, did anyone walk into my restaurant — any American-born kid — walk into my restaurant and say I’d like a job as a night porter or a dishwasher. During a talk on SiriusXM’s ‘StandUP With Pete Dominick’ , the top chef delivered his own version of a ‘wake up call’ to the real-estate mogul, claiming that if his deportation plan was enacted, virtually “every restaurant in America would shut down.” The TV personality drew from his own experiences, claiming “I grew up in the restaurant business — 30 years in the restaurant business.

Just not willing to start at the bottom like that.” Echoing sentiments that have been expressed by celebrity chefs like José Andrés and Geoffrey Zakarian — both of whom removed themselves from restaurant partnerships at Trump’s upcoming hotel in Washington, after Trump’s criticism of Mexican immigrants — Bourdain said simply, “If Mr. Trump deports 11 million people or whatever he’s talking about right now, every restaurant would shut down.” Last month, Andrés also brought up the issue of Trump’s plan to eliminate the restaurant industry’s workforce, asking, “Who is going to be feeding America if we kick everybody who is feeding America out?” It’s a very difficult business for small operators. … If you’re working full time at a restaurant, you should be able to afford to live in America.”

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