RECENT TRUMP ADMINISTRATION HIRE HAS BEEN ACCUSED OF MULTIPLE SEXUAL ASSAULTS

Steve Munoz, the man recently hired by the Trump administration to serve as the U.S. Department of State’s assistant chief of visits, was accused by multiple students of sexual assault while attending the Citadel military college according to ProPublica.

As a senior at the institution, Munoz was accused of using his status as class president and head of the school’s college republicans, to sexually abuse five male freshmen.

The underclassmen claimed that Munoz forcibly touching their genitals. One freshman accused Munoz of attacking him while he was sleeping, then proceeding to kiss him and climb on top of him when they both attended CPAC in Washington, D.C.

Munoz, however, was never formally accused of sexual assault by a legal body.

A local prosecutor refused to indict him at the time of the alleged incidents.

Following his time at the Citadel, Munoz worked for former senator Rick Santorum and also Mitt Romney.

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