Trump's Bedminster club hired undocumented immigrants, two workers claim

President Donald Trump speaks to members of the media before boarding Marine One on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington Monday Nov. 26 2018 for a short trip to Andrews Air Force Base Md. and then on to Mississippi for rallies. (AP

'We are tired of the abuse': Undocumented immigrant reveals that she and others have worked for Trump for years

She and another undocumented woman, who used to work at the golf club, claim that numerous property's workers are similarly undocumented, although they could not specify the number.

Morales' story is corroborated by Sandra Diaz, a legal resident of the USA who worked at Bedminster for years while she was still an undocumented worker from Costa Rica.

While President Donald Trump has pushed hardline immigration policies and vilified undocumented immigrants, his private club in New Jersey has employed people who managers allegedly knew were in the country illegally, The New York Times reported Thursday.

She says she washed and ironed Trump's white boxers, golf shirts, and khakis.

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Morales entered the United States illegally in 1999 and made her way to New Jersey.

His anti-immigration views are also not limited to the United States; Trump has criticized European nations for allowing refugees and migrants to resettle there, saying the newcomers "change the fabric" of the West for the worse. Sanda Diaz, a Costa Rican native, told the Times that she was also an illegal immigrant when she worked at the club from 2010 until 2013.

There is no evidence that Trump himself or executives at his company knew the two women were illegals-Morales admitted she was hired with phony documents-however, the women claim at least two supervisors at the club were aware of their situation and helped them keep their jobs.

Morales kept silent for the first two years of Trump's presidency, despite remarks that hurt her.

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The Trump Organization, which owns the golf course, did not comment to the New York Times about the women profiled in the report. When the Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C. opened during his campaign in late 2016, Trump declared "we didn't have one illegal immigrant on the job". The president railed against illegal immigrants in the "caravan" during the campaign, and has referred to an "infestation" of immigration.

Finally, she made a decision to speak out.

"We are exhausted of the abuse, the insults, the way he talks about us when he knows that we are here helping him make money", she said.

Victorina Morales and Sandra Diaz approached the New York Times with their stories through an immigration lawyer. "We sweat it out to attend to his every need and have to put up with his humiliation".

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Morales said she cleaned Trump's villa while he watched TV, saw a parade of potential cabinet picks during the presidential transition, and witnesses chief of staff John Kelly - the former head of Homeland Security - meet with the president.

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