Trump, a week after Porter resigned, says he's 'totally opposed' to spousal abuse
WASHINGTON - One week after Rob Porter, his staff secretary, resigned amid spousal abuse allegations, President Donald Trump said Wednesday that he was "totally opposed to domestic violence," his first condemnation of the alleged conduct behind a scandal that has engulfed the White House.
His statement, which members of both parties had said was long overdue, came as John F. Kelly, Trump's chief of staff, faced new questions about his handling of Porter's case, including how Porter could have held a temporary high-level security clearance for more than a year in light of the... read more
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