Fed Up With Trump's Knickers and Golf Shirts and Insults

Doug Mendoza
December 7, 2018

The New York Times identified the women as Victorina Morales, who came to the USA illegally in 1999, and Sandra Diaz, a native of Costa Rica who was undocumented when she worked there between 2010 and 2013.

Victorina Morales, a native of Guatemala, told the newspaper she had crossed into the US illegally in 1999 and was hired at the club in 2013 as a housekeeper using phony documentation.

Hypocrisy, thy name is: Turns out the racist ghoul who unceasingly reviles, belittles and otherwise trash-talks undocumented immigrants has employed a bunch of 'em at his own tacky clubs - here, here, here - and one, according to the New York Times, has had enough. "If any employee submitted false documentation in an attempt to circumvent the law, they will be terminated immediately". Both told the Times that at least two supervisors were aware of their status and helped them evade detection.

The woman, 45-year-old Victorina Morales, said she came to the United States from Guatemala and has worked at the golf club for the past five years.

Morales, who spoke to the Times directly, told the newspaper that she understood that she could be fired and deported but felt she had to speak out.

Morales told The Times she is applying for asylum and is exploring a lawsuit claiming workplace abuse and discrimination.

The Trump Organization "did not comment specifically" on Morales or Diaz when asked by the Times.

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During the presidential campaign, when the Trump International Hotel opened for business in Washington, Trump boasted that he had used an electronic verification system, E-Verify, to ensure that only those legally entitled to work were hired.

"The president has been half-serious about stopping illegal immigration by not taking away the jobs magnet", said Roy Beck, president of NumbersUSA, a group pushing to reduce immigration. And though we shouldn't assign worth to undocumented immigrants because of their labor - their contributions to the U.S. are greater than the many ways that they enrich others - it's repulsive that Trump could privately acknowledge their work ethic but then also turn around and paint them as a drain on resources.

But a number of other Trump properties - including the Bedminster golf club - do not appear in that database of employers using E-Verify.

His other properties have relied on foreign guest workers.

The White House declined to comment. "We call upon New Jersey's law enforcement community and federal authorities to investigate these allegations immediately". In addition to calling for a wall on the Mexican border, he has urged companies to screen workers more carefully.

"A lot of people just left", Ms Morales said. She bravely spoke out against Trump, despite know she could lose her job. She said she did not expect to return to work.

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