By Richard Tolman, Professor of Social Work, University of Michigan. Rob Porter, left, an aide to President Trump, resigned after reports surfaced that he had abused his two ex-wives AP/Pablo Martinez Monsivais Can President Donald Trump’s recent repudiation of domestic violence actually help...
While the media obsessed over the Rob Porter scandal which was interrupted by a school shooting in Florida that left 17 dead, little has been mentioned here of elsewhere about two recent events in the Middle East (exception: Redstate’s...Show More Summary
Fun episode today. Rob Dauster was joined by one of the up-and-coming stars at ESPN, Dalen Cuff, to talk through the changes that Duke and Kentucky have made in recent weeks and whether or not that changes our perception of those teams moving forward. They also discussed Trae Young’s regression as well as the root
During the recent Trump administration domestic-abuse scandals, most of the attention has been focused on former staff secretary Rob Porter. Porter resigned after both his former wives publicly accused him of assault — with a photograph as corroboration, in one instance. But a second case involving...
Members of the Trump White House knowingly chose not to address Rob Porter’s security clearance because it would have reflected badly on President Donald Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner, who has also failed to pass an FBI background check, according to a report on Wednesday. A White...
As speculation mounted earlier this month that Chief of Staff John Kelly might soon be shown the door following the Feb. 6 revelation that White House Staff Secretary Rob Porter's ex-wives exposed him as a domestic abuser, we anticipated...Show More Summary
The Advocate's executive editor, Neal Broverman, sits down with Jessie and Tracy to talk about the Rob Porter scandel and women in the White House.
The White House aide who resigned in a domestic abuse scandal that engulfed the White House was known for his ambition at Harvard and on Capitol Hill.
The senator, who once employed Porter, explained why he defended him against domestic abuse allegations.
A better-not-to-know approach in the White House allowed the Rob Porter problem to fester and raises questions about whether officials are capable of creating a better system.
An anonymous White House official has told the Washington Post that last week’s horrific school shooting in Parkland, Florida felt like something of a “reprieve” for a White House staff that was deeply battered by scandal. In an interview with the Washington Post, the official...
Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) has reportedly apologized for defending his former chief of staff Rob Porter, who recently resigned from President Donald Trump’s administration following allegations that he abused his two ex-wives.
Colbie Holderness and Jennie Willoughby, ex-wives of former White House staff secretary Rob Porter, have received letters of apology from Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-UT), who defended his former aide from “a vile attack” after two ex-wives accused Porter of domestic [...]
Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) has reportedly sent apology letters to the ex-wives of former White House staff secretary Rob Porter, who resigned earlier this month over allegations of domestic abuse. Hatch apologized to Jennifer Willoughby...Show More Summary
The Utah Republican reportedly wrote apology letters to Porter's ex-wives for initially defending Porter after abuse allegations
Multiple allegations of domestic abuse against former White House staff secretary Rob Porter appeared to provoke President Donald Trump to fire off this tweet last weekend: Peoples lives are being shattered and destroyed by a mere allegation.
A Republican House member seems a bit confused why the public is still discussing the domestic abuse allegations that forced White House staff secretary Rob Porter from his job last week.
Rob Porter was in good company, and we don’t mean because there were other domestic abusers around....
Mormon bishops have a habit, it seems, of telling women to stay in abusive relationships.
He said the White House "must do better" in handling clearances