The White House stated Monday that President Trump supports victims of domestic violence, within the wake of him sympathizing on social media with a most sensible aide who hand over after two ex-wives accused him of abuse.
“The president, along with the entire administration, take domestic violence very seriously and believe all allegations need to be investigated thoroughly,” stated White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders. “Above all, the president supports the victims of domestic violence and believes everyone should be treated fairly.”
White House body of workers secretary Rob Porter hand over remaining week amid allegations raised via his ex-wives of verbal and bodily abuse. Over the weekend, Mr. Trump tweeted that “peoples lives are being shattered and destroyed by a mere allegation.”
“Is there no such thing any longer as Due Process?” the president requested.
The factor used to be the topic of repeated questions Monday on the White House press briefing. Mrs. Sanders took the strange step of declaring that the president himself had “literally dictated” to her the observation that he supports victims.
“He’s not taking a side necessarily one way or the other,” she stated. “The president also supports due process.”