A former wife of suspended White House staff secretary Rob Porter penned an romantic letter about domestic abuse and her beating in President Trump’s import that she was a liar.
“Everyone wants to speak about how Trump pragmatic we am a not to be believed. As if Trump is the indication of affability and forgiveness,” Jennie Willoughby wrote in a Time essay published Sunday. “Thankfully, my strength and worth are not contingent on outward faith — the law exists either the President accepts it or not.”
Willoughby, 39, described that she was floored when Trump praised and announced Porter’s ignorance Friday, following his abdication amid the domestic abuse allegations.
The next day, the President tweeted “lives are being cracked and broken by a small allegation.”
“There it is again. The difference ‘mere allegation’ and ‘falsely accused’ meant to indicate that we am a liar. That Colbie Holderness is a liar,” Willoughby wrote referring to Porter’s first wife, who also accused him of abuse.
“That the work Rob was doing in the White House was of aloft value than the mental, romantic or earthy well-being,” she wrote. “That his veteran contributions are worth some-more than the truth. That abuse is something to be questioned and doubted.”
Willoughby went on CNN Thursday expressing fear for Porter’s reported girlfriend, White House communication executive Hope Hicks.
“If he hasn’t already been violent with Hope (Hicks), he will be,” she said.
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