Undocumented immigrant who worked for Trump invited to his State of the Union address

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An immigrant in the U.S. illegally who worked at the Trump Organization has been invited to President Donald Trump‘s State of the Union address.

A spokeswoman for New Jersey Democratic congresswoman Bonnie Watson Coleman confirmed Wednesday that her guest will be Victorina Morales, who was born in Guatemala.

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Morales has spoken out about the Trump Organization’s hiring practices. The Trump Organization said Wednesday that it will use the E-Verify electronic system at all its properties to check employees’ documentation.

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Trump has repeatedly cast millions of immigrants in the country illegally as taking jobs from American citizens. He turned over day-to-day management of his business to sons Eric and Donald Jr. when he took office.

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In an interview Wednesday with The Daily Caller website, Trump said some of his State of the Union guests will be “border-related.”

He said his guests will include “people who have suffered very badly because we didn’t do what we should’ve done in a very dangerous part of our country.”

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