Love him or hate him, President Donald Trump-related news is all over the internet. From political and trade breakthroughs to cringeworthy scandals, he is by far the most divisive of presidents America has ever had in charge. With many vocal about not being on Team Trump, it appears his limo driver is the latest to share his opinion with the world. Having been working for Donald Trump for over 25 years, Noel Cintron is rather unhappy with his previous employer.

Claiming to be owed thousands of dollars by Trump for unpaid overtime, Cintron has reportedly filed a lawsuit against the Trump Organization. Wanting compensation for the 3,300 hours he was failed to be paid for, Cintron is understandably eager to fight his case.

Seeking close to $200,000 in damages, Cintron and his representatives feel confident in their chances of winning the fight.

But, it is not just the lack of payment Cintron was rather miffed about. According to the chauffeur, Trump was not the most charming of passengers to drive around. Reflecting on the experience, he recalls “an utterly callous display of unwarranted privilege and entitlement and without even a minimal sense of noblesse oblige.”

In a statement, the Trump Organization said:

“Mr. Cintron was at all times paid generously and in accordance with the law,” and that “once the facts come out we expect to be fully vindicated in court.”

Like many Trump-centred scandals, the world has taken to social media to share their opinion on the limo driver’s case. But, what do you think? Has Trump’s previous comments about employees had a bearing on the way we view this case? We at Limo Broker would love to hear your thoughts and opinions.