She and another undocumented woman, who used to work at the golf club, claim that numerous property's workers are similarly undocumented, although they could not specify the number.
One supervisor, in the Times" words, "frequently made remarks about the employees' vulnerable legal status when critiquing their work ... sometimes calling them "stupid illegal immigrants' with less intelligence than a dog".
He has spent many weekends at the Bedminster course since his election two years ago.
Morales' story is corroborated by Sandra Diaz, a legal resident of the USA who worked at Bedminster for years while she was still an undocumented worker from Costa Rica.
Undocumented immigrants who either work or have worked at the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, New Jersey are now going on the record to talk about their experiences working there in interviews with the New York Times.
Morales, as it turns out, is an undocumented immigrant who entered the United States in 1999.
A spokesperson for the Trump Organization did not address the allegations of mistreatment but said the golf club had a policy of not hiring undocumented immigrants.
Morales and Sandra Diaz, a former Bedminster employee who is now a legal USA resident, reached out to the Times through their lawyer, who is representing them in "immigration matters".
The women added that at least two of their supervisors knew they were working illegally and went to lengths to help the women hide their statuses. Morales and a few other workers are driven to work every day by a company shuttle because the golf course knows they can't legally get a driver's license.
The revelations by the New York Times are in stark contrast to President Trump's stance on illegal immigration.
During the campaign, the Washington Post reported that Trump relied in part on illegal immigrant workers as part of the $200 renovation of a luxury hotel in Washington, D.C. Trump denied it, saying: "I didn't hire one illegal immigrant to build Trump International Hotel on Pennsylvania Avenue, ' getting the property's name in his response". He claimed, "We didn't have one illegal immigrant on the job".
Finally, she made a decision to speak out.
Morales and Diaz both said they have interacted with Trump directly a number of times, describing him as a good tipper but "extremely meticulous" to the point that he once closely inspected the edges of frames for dust. "We sweat it out to attend to his every need and have to put up with his humiliation".
Victorina Morales and Sandra Diaz approached the New York Times with their stories through an immigration lawyer.