The former personal driver for President Donald Trump, who is now chauffeured by the Secret Service, alleges in a lawsuit filed Monday that his former boss stiffed him on overtime pay and that, despite Trump’s wealth, he hasn’t gotten a raise in 12 years.

In what his attorneys called an “utterly callous display of unwarranted privilege and entitlement and without even a minimal sense of noblesse oblige,” Noel Cintron, who says he spent 25 years as the personal driver for Trump, his family and his businesses, also says that Trump did not reimburse him for unpaid vacation days, sick days and expenses.

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