Housekeeper at Trump's New Jersey golf club tells newspaper she is undocumented


According to her account she later obtained fake documents, using them to obtain a job at the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, New Jersey, in 2013.

The Trump National Golf Club is home to green lawns, sparkling water features - and illegal immigrants working for the resort. She claims her bosses knew she was not authorized to live in the US but hired her anyway. 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.

"We have tens of thousands of employees across our properties and have very strict hiring practices", Amanda Miller, the company's senior vice president for marketing and corporate communications, said in a statement. "If any employee submitted false documentation in an attempt to circumvent the law, they will be terminated immediately", a spokesperson for the Trump Organization told Fox News via email.

It appears unlikely that Trump would be aware of either woman's immigration status.

Morales and Sandra Diaz, a former Bedminster employee who is now a legal USA resident, reached out to the Times through their lawyer, who is representing them in "immigration matters".

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"I never imagined, as an immigrant from the countryside in Guatemala, that I would see such important people close up", Morales tells The Times, which describes her as a "diminutive woman with only two years of education who came to the United States speaking no English". Morales has applied for asylum protections. She also claimed to the newspaper that a housekeeping supervisor at Bedminster made insulting comments about her intelligence and undocumented status.

Trump's campaign was buoyed by his harsh stance on illegal immigration and promises of a border wall paid for by Mexico.

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

Two women came forward Thursday to say they were employed at a golf resort owned by the Trump Organization, even though they were living in the country illegally.

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.

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His other properties have relied on foreign guest workers.

"This toxic environment was created to intimidate these women, leaving them fearful for their safety and the safety of their families", Romero said. CBS News reached out to the White House but have not heard back.

The federal list posted online of employers who use the E-Verify system includes Trump's golf club in North Carolina, a state that requires it, but the Bedminster club in New Jersey, where it is not required under state law, does not appear on the list.

"I'm exhausted of being humiliated and treated like a stupid person", she said in Spanish during a brief interview.

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