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Undocumented Trump Employee Speaks: 'He Knows' We Are 'Helping Him Make Money'

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A spokesperson for the Trump Organization did not address the allegations of mistreatment but said the golf club had a policy of not hiring undocumented immigrants.

Victorina Morales, an immigrant from Guatemala, and Sandra Diaz, a native of Costa Rica, told the New York Times that they both worked for years at the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, N.J., along with several other undocumented immigrants, and that their supervisors knew their employment violated us law.

The 46-year-old native of Costa Rica, who was an employee of the golf course from 2010 to 2013, has since become a legal resident of the United States.

Morales says lower-level managers at the golf club helped her circumvent Trump's enforcement rules.

She said Trump would sometimes give her a $50 or $100 tip.

Trump has called for a crackdown on immigrants in the country illegally.

The NYT's attempt to portray Trump as a hypocrite is complicated by the NYT's refusal to highlight the damaging economic impact of cheap labor illegal and legal immigration on blue-collar Americans. 'We sweat it out to attend to his every need and have to put up with his humiliation'.

He added that there were more like the two workers he represents working for Trump without documents and stressed the management "absolutely" facilitated their illegal employment.

President Donald Trump answers questions from the press while departing the White House on November 29 in Washington, D.C. An undocumented immigrant revealed she was employed as a housekeeper at Trump's National Golf Club in Bedminster, New Jersey.

The Trump Organization "did not comment specifically" on Morales or Diaz when asked by the Times.

The women approached the paper through their lawyer to tell of their time working for Trump, and how they landed jobs by using fake Social Security numbers and green cards.

The White House declined to comment on whether Mr. In addition to calling for a wall on the Mexican border, he has urged companies to screen workers more carefully. "We call upon New Jersey's law enforcement community and federal authorities to investigate these allegations immediately and to help protect these fearless women and others who may now come forward", Romero added.

'I never imagined, as an immigrant from the countryside in Guatemala, that I would see such important people close up, ' said Morales. She understands she could be deported.

Still, she said she got by with falsified documents and a knack for cleaning according to Trump's highly specific standards. Noticing that Ms. Morales, who is shy of five feet tall, could not reach the top, he said, "Excuse me", grabbed her rag and wiped the upper portion of the glass. "Why wouldn't he figure it out?"

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