Two senators split sharply in assessments of general accused of sexual assaultRead Now
"The two rape survivors who sit on the Senate Armed Services Committee split sharply Tuesday over President Trump’s pick to be the military’s second-highest officer, amid accusations that he sexually assaulted an Army colonel when she was under his command."
"Both Hyten and Spletstoser said they would support releasing the 1,400-page investigation report. Spletstoser told reporters that it would reveal that at least one member of Hyten’s detail “did have questions” about his boss’s actions, and that Hyten took a private polygraph exam that came back inconclusive.The committee has not said when it will vote on Hyten’s nomination. The Senate is not expected to confirm him until after the August recess."
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