Allegations destroy people’s lives: Trump
By Azania Post Reporter
The U.S President Donald Trump has accused people ashering allegations on others saying such allegation destroys lives.
Trump made the remarks after two of his White House aides resignes following domestic abuse related allegations.
He was quoted by BBC saying there is no recovery for someonewho had falsely been accused.
The two staff quit this week causing criticism over the White House way of handling allegations.
The two are White House speechwriter David Sorensen and staff secretary Rob Porter.
His remarks has come amid a worldwide debate over sexual harassment and the abuse of power.
Trump warned in his twit that allegations could result in a person's life and career , according to BBC.
Democratic Congresswoman Jackie Speier tweeted that Trump's comments were "offensive".
Some commentators objected to his reference to due process, for example pointing his promotion of a conspiracy theory about former President Barack Obama's nationality.
Sorensen has been accused by his former wife of being violent and emotionally abusive, while Porter faces allegations of domestic abuse involving two ex-wives.
Both men deny the allegations.
Trump, who paid tribute to Porter on Friday during a press conference in which he told people to "remember that he said that he's innocent", has himself been accused of sexual misconduct, something he has strongly denied.
The president has also supported others who have faced abuse allegations, including Alabama Republican Roy Moore, who ran unsuccessfully for the US Senate.
Sexual misconduct claims have hit a growing list of influential men around the world after a flurry of allegations were made against Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein