Domestic Abuse Allegations Prompt House Panel Probe into Trump Aide's Employment

The House Oversight Committee launched an investigation Wednesday into why President Donald Trump's staff secretary Rob Porter was able to keep his White House job for months after the FBI handed officials reports of Porter's two former wives accusing him of domestic violence.

Porter resigned last week, but Federal Bureau of Investigation Christopher Wray told lawmakers earlier this week that investigators had briefed White House officials as far back as March 2017 about the spousal abuse allegations against Porter, who helped oversee an array of documents and policies sent to Trump...

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By: VOA - Wednesday, 14 February

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