White House defends Trump response to aide’s abuse scandal

White House Staff Secretary Rob Porter (L) reminds U.S. President Donald Trump he had a bill to sign after he departed quickly following remarks at his golf estate in Bedminster, brand new Jersey U.S.., August 12, 2017

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White House Staff Secretary Rob Porter (L) reminds U.S. President Donald Trump he had a bill to sign after he departed quickly following remarks at his golf estate in Bedminster, brand new Jersey U.S.., August 12, 2017

The White House is usually defending President Donald Trump’s failure to acknowledge the women who accused former staff secretary Rob Porter of domestic violence.

White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders tells reporters of which Trump as well as the entire administration take domestic violence very seriously. as well as she says the president believes of which all allegations need to be investigated thoroughly.

Sanders says she spoke directly with the president as well as he had “relayed of which message directly to me.”

Trump complained on Twitter over the weekend of which, “Peoples lives are being shattered as well as destroyed by a mere allegation. Some are true as well as some are false.” He also said he wished Porter well in his future career.

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