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

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The domestic employees, one who still works at the club, said they served directly for the Trump family and were repeatedly harassed by their superiors due to their immigration status, according to their lawyer.

"Ms. Morales has had an unusual window into one of the president's favorite retreats", The Times continues.

Morales makes Donald Trump's bed, cleans his toilet, and dusts his golf trophies.

Quite an achievement for an immigrant housekeeper living in the country without legal permission.

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.

She said she didn't have proper documentation, and she used false Social Security and permanent resident cards. Diaz explained, "There are many people without papers". An employee of the golf course drives her and a group of others to work every day, she says, because it is known that they can not legally obtain driver's licenses.

The revelations by the New York Times are in stark contrast to President Trump's stance on illegal immigration.

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

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"This is typical Trump inconsistency", Boykin declared."Trump does a lot of talk about immigration and how disgusting it is to have foreigners coming here and taking our jobs, but he's one of the chief culprits that's guilty of the practice".

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

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 told the Times. "We sweat it out and attend to his every need and have to put up with his humiliation". Interviewed by the Times, Morales said she was routinely subjected to derogatory comments from a supervisor, and came forward out of anger over Trump's comments likening Central American immigrants to criminals.

The Trump Organization did not immediately respond to a request for comment, nor did the lawyer representing Morales.

"My clients are willing to cooperate with federal authorities and with state authorities so they can provide details", Romero said. In addition to calling for a wall on the Mexican border, he has urged companies to screen workers more carefully.

Morales expects that she and her colleagues will lose their jobs over this, but said they're willing to pay the price to come forward.

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