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

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

Trump's New Jersey Golf Resort Employs Illegal Immigrants

And they say they're not the only ones.

Morales and Diaz - who both cleaned Trump's clothes and personal space at Bedminster - recalled generally being treated well by Trump, at times receiving $50 or $100 tips, but Morales said her supervisors have made more of an issue of her immigration status since Trump declared his presidential candidacy - though an unnamed manager still helped her obtain a false green card.

Victorina Morales, an undocumented immigrant who works as a housekeeper at President Donald Trump's golf course in Bedminster, NJ, is taking a stand against his rhetoric against people like her.

The Guatemala native spoke to The New York Times about how she travelled to New Jersey after illegally crossing the border nearly 20 years ago. And It appears the resort knows she isn't legally allowed in the country.

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.

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. Diaz explained, "There are many people without papers". The president railed against illegal immigrants in the "caravan" during the campaign, and has referred to an "infestation" of immigration.

During the campaign, the Washington Post reported that Trump relied in part on illegal immigrant workers as part of the $200 renovation of a luxury hotel in Washington, D.C. Trump denied it, saying: "I didn't hire one illegal immigrant to build Trump International Hotel on Pennsylvania Avenue, ' getting the property's name in his response".

Morales told the paper she was hurt by Trump's public comments.

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, ' Morales said. 'We sweat it out to attend to his every need and have to put up with his humiliation'.

Victorina Morales and Sandra Diaz approached the New York Times with their stories through an immigration lawyer.

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.

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