White House counsel Don McGahn was informed more than a year ago that staff secretary Rob Porter's two ex-wives alleged that he abused them.
McGahn refused to investigate Porter, who served at the highest levels of the Trump administration for 13 months, even after he was informed that the FBI's investigation into the allegations had stalled Porter's security clearance.
White House c ounsel Don McGahn was informed more than a year ago that staff secretary Rob Porter's two ex-wives alleged that he abused them during their marriages, but McGahn did not investigate the claims while Porter continued to serve at the highest levels of the White House, The Washington Post reported.
The Rob Porter scandal has shaken the White House. It appears as if knives are out for chief of staff John Kelly. Many questions remain about who knew what and when about Porter, alleged of physically and mentally abusing both of hi...
The White House Staff Secretary resigned after two ex-wives alleged that he had abused them.
A senior member of Donald Trump's White House has resigned amid allegations of abuse from his two ex-wives. Mr Porter, in a statement, has strongly denied the allegations, that were first reported in the Daily Mail.
President Donald Trump said he was "surprised" by allegations of physical and verbal abuse made against former White House staff secretary Rob Porter by his two ex-wives. He said he wishes Porter "well." The president garnered criti...