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An undocumented employee was fired from Trump Bedminster Club, who was invited to the Union



Guatemala's native family, Victorina Morales, worked for years at Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, New Jersey, before describing herself as an unregistered employee before December. He was eventually quit his job and is now facing expulsion.
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Morales was invited to Trump in the European Union, where Rep replied. Bonnie Watson Coleman, D-New Jersey, confirmed separately by CNN at the Congress Bureau and Morales lawyer.

Washington Post first reported an invitation to the newsletter.

"I hope that his position at the Union address Donald Trump will finally recognize the true face of immigrants from this country – women and children fleeing violence, law-abiding, tax-paying people who would do almost everything to become Americans," Watson Coleman said on Wednesday. communication. "And if he can't do it, I've invited Quiz so he can look in her eyes to tell her lies to a familiar face."

Together with other former members of the club, Morales was on Tuesday at the Capitol Hill meeting with legislators to encourage the investigation of Trump's recruitment practices and protection against expulsion.

Morales, who arrived in the US illegally in 1999, told CNN on Tuesday that he had no problem with the club hiring it in 2013 and claimed that managers helped her get fake documents for employment.

Following the experience she described as abuse of her manager and an increasingly hostile environment since the Trump elections, Morales said she decided to speak publicly, even if it threatened deportation.

Guests are usually invited to the President of the Union and members of Congress, often to highlight a political message.

Last year's President and First Lady were among the winners of his tax reduction plan and the families killed by MS-13 gang.

Democratic legislators invited guests who were personally affected by the immigration debate and the #MeToo movement last year.


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