President Donald Trump this week plans to hold a public signing ceremony for a sexual abuse law just days after he defended a White House staffer who was accused abusing his two ex-wives.


Politico reported on Sunday that Trump's Wednesday schedule includes a signing ceremony for the Protecting Young Victims from Sexual Abuse and Safe Sport Authorization Act.

The act, sponsored by Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA), requires anyone who oversees children athletes to report allegations of sexual misconduct or abuse.

The ceremony will just a week after Trump and Chief of Staff John Kelly defended White House staffer Rob Porter over abuse charges -- even though the FBI had refused to grant him a security clearance based on the allegations.

It was not immediately clear if Trump would take questions at Wednesday's ceremony.