Because of the "outstanding" support she has provided during Trump's visits, Morales in July was given a certificate from the White House Communications Agency inscribed with her name.
Soon after Mr Trump launched his run for the presidency, several illegal workers had shifts axed.
Morales said she started working at the resort in 2013, when she applied with phony papers. 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.
His administration has continued its push for a border wall at the nation's southern border.
The praise for Trump undermines Morales's suggestion that she revealed her status in a high-minded protest of Trump's 2016 mandate to curb illegal immigration. Lemon called President Donald Trump '"Hypocrite-in-Chief" for ostensibly not practicing what he has preached regarding immigration reform.
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She eventually quit her job in 2013 and trained her replacement on the specifications required to keep things up to the Trump family standards. 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.
Another club staffer drove her to work, the paper reported, because she could not legally obtain a driver's license.
Morales told the Times that she understood that she could be fired and deported but felt she had to speak out. "We sweat it out to attend to his every need and have to put up with his humiliation", Morales told the New York Times.
The article says that "New Jersey lawyer, Anibal Romero, who is representing them on immigration matters".
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. She says 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.
"This isn't a hotel with 300 employees - they were both in charge of cleaning the president's house", said Romero, referring to a guest house on the property set aside for Trump.