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Former Trump campaign worker had sex with a White House staffer on the roof of the GSA headquarters

Former Trump campaign worker had sex with a White House staffer on the roof of the General Services Administration’s D.C. headquarters and in his office after drinking vodka he kept in his desk

  • Brennan Hart took the unidentified employee to the building in 2017, report says
  • He told investigators he poured them both vodka from a bottle kept in his desk
  • Hart says it was ‘after normal business hours’ and only happened one time 
  • He also admitted drinking alcohol at his desk with a top ranking official in 2017 
  • His employment with the agency ended weeks after he was interviewed in 2018 
  • The report is said to include multiple incidents of high ranking officials at the GSA violating policies around drinking alcohol in the office in 2017
  • Former acting GSA administrator Timothy Horne said he drank after work hours 
  • Current director, Emily Murphy, said she allowed alcohol after hours on Fridays 

A former Trump campaign worker admitted having sex with a White House staffer inside his office and on the roof of the General Services Administration’s D.C. headquarters after drinking vodka he kept in his desk, according to an internal investigation. 

Brennan Hart drank the alcohol ‘after normal business hours’ after taking the unidentified employee to building in July 2017, the report revealed.

The former associate administrator’s employment with the agency ended weeks after he was interviewed about the incident in March 2018, NBC 4 reports.  

The reports says: ‘He said their sexual activity began in the Administrator suite area and culminated with oral sex on the rooftop of the Central Office.’

Hart, who declined to comment to NBC 4 after they obtained the report, said the incident ‘occurred on only one occasion’. 

The report is said to include multiple incidents of high ranking officials at the GSA violating policies around drinking alcohol in the office in 2017. 

Former Trump campaign worker Brennan Hart admitted having sex with a White House staffer inside his office and on the roof of the General Services Administration’s D.C. headquarters after drinking vodka he kept in his desk

Hart took the unidentified employee to building, pictured, in July 2017

Hart took the unidentified employee to building, pictured, in July 2017

The reports says: 'He said their sexual activity began in the Administrator suite area and culminated with oral sex on the rooftop, pictured, of the Central Office'

The reports says: ‘He said their sexual activity began in the Administrator suite area and culminated with oral sex on the rooftop, pictured, of the Central Office’

It was sent to the then-White House counsel Don McGahn. The name of the female worker there was redacted. 

The GSA is an independent agency which helps to manage and support federal office spaces and public buildings.  

Hart is said to have also admitted drinking alcohol at his desk including with the top ranking official at that time. 

Former acting GSA administrator Timothy Horne told investigators he drank after work hours and ‘when no one else was around’. 

Former acting GSA administrator Timothy Horne, pictured, told investigators he drank after work hours and 'when no one else was around'

GSA director Emily Murphy, pictured, said in 2018 that she allowed alcohol in the office after business hours on Fridays

Former acting GSA administrator Timothy Horne, left, told investigators he drank after work hours and ‘when no one else was around’. GSA director Emily Murphy, right, said in 2018 that she allowed alcohol in the office after business hours on Fridays

Its current director, Emily Murphy, said last year that she allowed alcohol in the office after business hours on Fridays. 

She said she had not been aware of the federal government’s formal approval process for allowing booze in the building. 

A GSA spokeswoman said they ‘hold mandatory monthly ethics trainings for GSA political appointees’ and ‘do not tolerate inappropriate use of alcohol in the workplace or any violation of government regulations regarding alcohol’. 

They added: ‘GSA holds all employees to the highest ethical standards and takes appropriate actions to ensure compliance with applicable laws and regulations.  

‘Further, GSA does not tolerate the misuse of government property by any GSA employee.’

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