A White house speechwriter, David Sorensen, resignation in the midst of domestic violence allegations, Fox News has confirmed.
Sorensen, exit comes two days after another, administration officials, staff Secretary, Rob Porter, went under accusations, the two ex-wives that he physically abused.
“Before we were contacted by the media, we learned last night, there were allegations,” says Raj Shah, principal deputy secretary. “We have immediately that the employee is confronted, he denied the allegations and he resigned today.”
Sorensen, a well-known GOP operative in Maine, worked as a senior adviser to Gov. Paul LePage, according to a may 2017 article in the Portland Press Herald.
To check according to the White house that does not require its position, a security check, and his background was in progress.
The “Washington Post”, the first news of Sorensen reported exit, said claimed the previous woman, he was viollent and emotionally abusive during their two and a half years of marriage. The paper said he had vehemently denied the accusations and said he was the victim of domestic violence in the marriage.