Trump military advisors busted for ‘improper contact’ with foreign women during Asia tour
Three United States Army noncommissioned officers with the White House Communications Agency allegedly broke curfew for “improper contact with foreign women” during President Donald Trump’s trip to Asia, according to a new report in The Washington Post.
“We are aware of the incident, and it is currently under investigation,” Defense Department spokesperson Mark Wright acknowledged.
The Post reported the soldiers have been reassigned.
In August, the same unit suffered a scandal after four members were caught on video bringing women back into the secure area of a hotel while advancing Vice President Mike Pence.
Spokesperson for both President Trump and Vice President Pence declined to comment and instead referred all questions to Defense Secretary Jim Mattis.