Two former workers at Donald Trump's New York golf club have accused people at the highest levels of the club of being aware that they were hiring illegal immigrants, and say Trump himself must have known. The Trump National Golf Club in Westchester County, New York reportedly let go of a dozen undocumented staffers last week during the government shutdown over funding for the president's border wall. One of the twelve fired employees claimed to NBC News that a manager helped her obtain fake legal documentation. Another, Gabriel Sedano, who crossed illegally into the United States with his family in 2003, said that Trump himself “must've known” that his clubs were hiring undocumented migrants. Sedano said he had a meeting with a manager earlier this month and was asked if he was in the U.S. legally. “I told them no, so… after that they say so the company cannot keep you there,” he said. “I start crying because I told them—like, I've been working for so long... The only thing I did wrong was work, work and work.” The workers were brought by their lawyer to Washington on Sunday to meet with congressional Democrats.