An undocumented newcomer who worked during one of President Trump’s golf clubs in New Jersey for years and recently spoke out about her knowledge will attend his State of a Union residence after being invited by her Democratic congresswoman, a woman’s counsel and a congresswoman’s bureau pronounced Wednesday.
The undocumented immigrant, Victorina Morales, had worked as a housekeeper during a Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, N.J., given 2013, and spoke to The New York Times as part of an essay published final month. The news suggested that a president’s association — a Trump Organization — was, for years, contracting people during a golf bar who are in a nation illegally.
In a brief talk on Wednesday, Ms. Morales pronounced that on a recommendation of her lawyer, she stopped going to work on Dec. 4, dual days before The Times essay was published. Still, a lawyer, Anibal Romero, pronounced that conjunction he nor his customer has perceived notice that she has been fired. He pronounced Ms. Morales’s practice standing with a golf bar was not wholly clear.
Since withdrawal her job, Ms. Morales, who is from Guatemala, has campaigned for rights and satisfactory diagnosis for undocumented immigrants. On Wednesday, she pronounced she was gratified to have been invited to the State of a Union, that she has supposed a invitation and that she was “very unapproachable since we am going to lift my voice for all of us immigrants.”