Trump likes to raise the issue of "due process" when talking about his staffers, i.e., Rob Porter, et al, forced to resign over improprieties. And, by doing so he solidifies the widely held belief that he ain't as smart as he claims and he certainly isn't as well educated as he would like to be. Due process applies in a legal case, which the Porter situation ain't. According to Merriam-Webster's definition of due process "as the official and proper way of doing things in a legal case." Porter's case isn't legal since no charges have been filed, and the case isn't being investigated by law enforcement. The "due process" Trump craves should have been performed by his administration, in originally vetting Porter and by taken seriously the allegations raised against him by the FBI last fall. As usual, Trump is just looking to blame others for his own shortcomings. And, had he cleaned house of Porter last fall, he would not be dealing with this issue now.