Steven Munoz landed a high-profile job with the Trump administration in January as the assistant chief of visits.
In his role, Munoz will run an office of up to 10 staffers who will organize visits for foreign heads of state to the U.S. These meetings may or may not include President Donald Trump, according to ProPublica.
The otherwise unremarkable appointment is now making news for one very significant reason: Munoz was accused of sexually assaulting five male freshmen when he was a student at The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina, ProPublica reported.
The allegations, dating back to 2009, claim Munoz assaulted several students and used his position as an upperclassmen to intimidate his victims, Buzzfeed News reported. Read more (5/3/17 10 PM)