Illegal immigrant 'made Donald Trump's bed and dusted his golf trophies'

Undocumented maids at President Trump's N.J. golf club say boss called them racial slurs threatened deportation

Morales, who is now employed at Bedminster, pays taxes just like legal immigrants and American citizens, says she and other undocumented employees at Bedminster are coming forward out of frustration with Trump's attacks on immigrants. In a statement, Anibal Romero, an attorney for Morales and Diaz, said that "while working there and interacting with the President and his immediate family, my clients and others were repeatedly subjected to abuse, called racial epithets and threatened with deportation.This toxic environment was created to intimidate these women, leaving them fearful for their safety". She said he complimented Guatemalans as "hard-working people", tipped her $US50, and helped her wipe a glass window she was too short to reach. "We're just immigrants who don't have papers".

But she added that she suspects Trump is aware of her immigration status.

"We have tens of thousands of employees across our properties and have very strict hiring practices", Amanda Miller, a spokeswoman for the Trump Organization, said in a statement provided to CNN.

Morales told The Times she is applying for asylum and is exploring a lawsuit claiming workplace abuse and discrimination. 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. The report asserts several other undocumented migrants are also working at the club.

Since the beginning of his campaign, President Trump has promoted a racist agenda that seeks to undermine the dignity and humanity of immigrants and workers.

According to legal documents and former employees, Trump used to employ unauthorised immigrants at Trump Tower in New York City and at his modelling agency. Trump took on the campaign trail - making his own companies' lack of use all the more striking. She has also "washed and ironed Mr. Trump's white boxers, golf shirts and khaki pants, as well as his sheets and towels".

The Trump Organization did not respond to questions asking why some of its properties do not appear in the system. Trump started running for president.

"We will ensure that E-Verify is used to the fullest extent possible under existing law, and we will work with Congress to strengthen and expand its use across the country", he declared in a 2016 speech in Arizona.

His silence on the issue has, to the dismay of some conservatives, drained momentum from one of their top policy goals.

Morales said Jorge Villafuerte, identified as a club facilities manager in a photo with President Trump, later gave her money to get a fake green card and Social Security card.



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