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Sunday, 11 February 2018

Lives Are Being 'Destroyed' By Mere Allegations- Trump

Lives Are Being 'Destroyed' By Mere Allegations- Trump

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Lives Are Being 'Destroyed' By Mere Allegations- Trump

Following series of allegations of domestic abuse and sexual harassment which has resulted in many top government officials resigning from their offices, President Donald Trump has lamented that "...Lives Are Being 'Destroyed' By Mere Allegations- Trump"

President Donald Trump went further to say "There is no recovery for someone falsely accused,"

This week saw the departure of White House speechwriter David Sorensen and staff secretary Rob Porter.
The White House has been criticised for its handling of the allegations and Mr Trump's comments quickly drew scorn.

His remarks also come amid a worldwide debate over sexual harassment and the abuse of power.
In his tweet, Mr Trump did not mention either man, but warned allegations could result in a person's "life and career gone".
Among those to react with anger was Democratic Senator Patty Murray, who responded by saying that women's lives were affected every day by sexual violence and harassment.
"I'm going to keep standing with them, and trusting them, even if the president won't," she said.
Democratic Congresswoman Jackie Speier tweeted that Mr Trump's comments were "offensive".
Some commentators objected to his reference to due process, for example pointing to his promotion of a conspiracy theory about former President Barack Obama's nationality particularly during the last presidential election.
Mr Sorensen has been accused by his former wife of being violent and emotionally abusive, while Mr Porter faces allegations of domestic abuse involving two ex-wives.
President Donald Trump to remind the public how he was also accused of sexual misconduct in the past, something he has always denied strongly.