Donald Trump this week plans to hold a public signing ceremony for a sexual abuse law just days after he defended a White House staffer who was accused of abusing his two ex-wives.
Politico reported on Sunday that Trump's Wednesday schedule includes a signing ceremony for the Protecting Young Victims from Sexual Abuse and Safe Sport Authorization Act.
The act, sponsored by Sen.
White House Chief of Staff John Kelly knew about a protective order against staff secretary Rob Porter well before Porter resigned Wednesday over allegations that he had abused his two ex-wives, Politico reports.
White House staff secretary Rob Porter resigned on Wednesday after two ex-wives this week publicly accused him of verbal and physical abuse. Porter denied the allegations in a statement read … Click to Continue »
CNN reported on Wednesday that President Donald Trump was reluctant to address the sexual abuse scandal surrounding Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore. The network said sources close to the White House claimed that Trump was hesi...
White House staff secretary Rob Porter resigned Wednesday after his two ex-wives publicly alleged years of physical and emotional abuse. Both women told the FBI about the alleged abuse in interviews conducted last year as part of Po...