Donald Trump: 'Mere allegations' are destroying lives

Donald Trump: 'Mere allegations' are destroying lives

Donald Trump: 'Mere allegations' are destroying lives

There's no recovery for someone falsely accused - life and career are gone.

A second White House official has resigned amid accusations of domestic violence.

Writing for CNN, Michael D'Antonio - author of the book "Never Enough: Donald Trump and the Pursuit of Success" - claims there should be no surprise at revelations that two White House staffers have been dismissed over credible allegations of sexual abuse in their pasts, saying those type of people appeal to President Donald Trump.

In his tweet, Trump referred to women's allegations about men's unwanted behavior generally and said, "Some are true and some are false".

Trump is also privately said to be complaining about Hicks, The Washington Post reported.

Conway also delivered what she said was a vote of confidence from Trump for chief of staff John Kelly, who has come under fire for his handling of the Porter matter. "But we certainly wish him well, obviously a tough time for him".

Mr Sorensen's resignation comes just two days after Rob Porter, Mr Trump's staff secretary, resigned after two of his ex-wives made public allegations of physical and emotional abuse.

And they tried to clarify the reaction from Trump, who has yet to offer a sympathetic word to the women who said they had been abused.

Kelly, a retired Marine general and Boston native, is facing criticism because he initially defended Porter against the allegations, only to back down after images emerged of one of Porter's ex-wives with a black eye.

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"We immediately confronted the staffer, he denied the allegations and he resigned today", spokesman Raj Shah said in a statement Friday evening, per WaPo. These changes "would effectively make up for the cuts in other immigration categories for about 13 years", an unnamed White House official told the Los Angeles Times.

But Trump has grown frustrated with Kelly, once commended for bringing discipline to the West Wing but who recently has been at the center of his own controversies. And we hope he has a wonderful career, and hopefully he will have a great career ahead of him. But in the case of Porter, it was Kelly's management of the staff that is in question.

On Saturday, Trump tweeted a different take on his decision.

Fields said Lewandowski yanked her arm as she attempted to question Trump, jerking her backwards so hard that his fingers left bruises.

President Donald Trump said Friday that he is very sad at Porter's resignation.

In a statement released after the accusations went public, Porter said he "took the photos given to the media almost 15 years ago and the reality behind them is nowhere close to what is being described", but he didn't specify what part of the evidence is misleading.

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Willoughby said she filed a protective order less than two months after that incident "because he punched in the glass on our front door while I was locked inside".

Kelly, meanwhile, told reporters the only other indication he had that something could be wrong came in November, when he got an update on pending background investigations and learned "there was some things that needed to be looked into".

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