The Trump administration is filled with some iffy characters.
Betsy DeVos is Donald's Secretary of Education, and many have accused her of being woefully under prepared for the position.
Michael Flyn is the new National Security Adviser who is a pretty brazen Islamophobe who was fired from his last government job due to mismanagement.
There are more in his Cabinet, which some people are calling the 'worst in American history', but we won't go into it right now, because our cheeks hurt from facepalming.
Now, give your poor face a little massage, because it's about to get palmed again.
Next up on the people you wouldn't want helping to run your country list is a political appointee who, according to ProPublica, has been accused of sexual assault.
Five students from The Citadel military college came forward to accuse Steven Munoz a few years ago of sexual assault.
It was five male freshmen who eventually came forward after Munoz had left the college. They said that he abused his power as an upperclassman, class president and head of the campus Republican Society to grope them.
A student reported in one incident waking up to find Munoz kissing him and groping his genitals whilst he was on top of him.
Another told this to the police about encounters with Munoz in 2009 and 2010:
Munoz coerced threatened and convinced me to allow inappropriate touching, grabbing, and kissing by leading me to believe it was what I needed to do to gain acceptance in the corps of cadets. He threatened to call my upperclassmen who would be upset if I did not comply with him.
Munoz's lawyer explained away the accusations, saying, 'I believe that certain disgruntled cadets made exaggerated claims of wrongdoing concerning Munoz's participation in boorish behavior that was historically tacitly approved, if not encouraged, by the Institution.'
The later investigation by the Citadel found that 'certain assaults likely occurred.' And many have accused the college of a historical lack of judgement when it comes to abuse within the college.
Ok, Munoz has only been accused, and we're all for innocent until proven guilty, but could Trump have chosen a less dubious character to add to his staff? Well, yeah.