"There are many people without papers", said Diaz, who said she witnessed several people being hired whom she knew to be living in the country without legal permission.
The Trump Organization says it has strict hiring practices and that it will fire anyone who submits false documents.
The New York Times published a story Thursday that included the saga of two women who worked at Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, N.J. Both said they were hired using falsified documents because they were illegal immigrants at the time.
Of course, President Trump can not realistically be expected to micro-manage the legality of every single employee in his multi-billion dollar corporation.More news: Women Artists 'Step Up' in Grammy Nominations
Donald Trump has called for a crackdown on immigrants in the country illegally.
These unnamed supervisors took steps to help illegal workers evade detection and keep their jobs, the women said. "We sweat it out to attend to his every need and have to put up with his humiliation".
"I never imagined, as an immigrant from the countryside in Guatemala, that I would see such important people close up", she said, in Spanish - though she also complained to the paper about Mr.
So will Trump's supporters, the ones who chant "Build the wall!" at his rallies and thrill to every attack he makes on immigrants, be unsettled by any of this? For them to be threatened with regard to their vulnerable immigration status and called "stupid illegal immigrants" is simply inexcusable. And though we shouldn't assign worth to undocumented immigrants because of their labor - their contributions to the United States 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.More news: Heather Nauert Doesn’t Have the Clout to Be in Trump’s Cabinet
"After the family separation humanitarian crisis, the racist fear-mongering during the midterms, and the violent tear-gassing of children seeking asylum, it should come as no surprise that Trump executes his campaign of hate and division while profiting off the backs of undocumented and vulnerable workers", she said.
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.
Morales and Diaz approached The New York Times through their New Jersey lawyer, Anibal Romero, who is representing them on immigration matters. She is also exploring a lawsuit claiming workplace abuse and discrimination.
Morales entered the United States illegally in 1999 and made her way to New Jersey.More news: Thousands march in Brussels climate change demonstration
Morales told the Times that she understood that she could be fired and deported but felt she had to speak out.