Undocumented migrants work in Trump's club

Undocumented migrants work in Trump's club

Undocumented migrants work in Trump's club

The women claimed that there were many other undocumented immigrants working at the Bedminster club.

The Trump Organization says it has strict hiring practices and that it will fire anyone who submits false documents.

Victorina Morales is a Guatemalan housekeeper who's worked at Trump's glitzy Bedminster golf resort in New Jersey for five years, during which time by all accounts she hasn't raped or murdered anyone, even though she's undocumented. One of the women has since become a legal US resident.

The Washington Post said in 2015 that it had interviewed workers during the construction of Trump International Hotel in Washington who said they had entered the country illegally. Both said Trump was kind to them and gave them cash tips on occasion.

Ms Morales, who earns US$13 an hour, said employees had become increasingly upset by Mr Trump's negative rhetoric about Hispanic immigrants and said a supervisor berated them as "stupid illegal immigrants". "We sweat it out and attend to his every need and have to put up with his humiliation". "A lot of people just left", Ms Morales said.

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Donald Trump ran a campaign that strongly focused on keeping illegal immigrants out of the country - but the New York Times reports that he's had illegal workers at his club all along.

"While Trump boasts about jobs and his hardline immigration policies, these courageous women have put their own jobs and lives on the line to pursue justice for themselves and other exploited workers", said Sandra Cordero, director of Families Belong Together. In addition to demanding funding for a wall on the Mexican border, his administration has stepped up workplace raids and urged companies to screen workers more carefully. As President, Trump has pushed for increased border security and a merit-based immigration system. And after a problem was discovered with her old phony documents, the Times reported that a club supervisor directed her to an employee who helped her obtain new phony ones.

Anibal Romero, a lawyer representing Victorina Morales and Sandra Diaz, tells The Associated Press that the two women used false Social Security and permanent resident documents to get jobs at Trump's resort in Bedminster, New Jersey. Today, she spent the day with her lawyer, and as news of her disclosures spread, she did not answer a phone call from her supervisor at the golf course.

"I ask myself, is it possible that this señor thinks we have papers? He knows we don't speak English", Morales said.

Morales told The Times that she understood she could be fired or deported by going public with her story. "Why wouldn't he figure it out?"

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