(Reuters) - Prominent conservative Dinesh D'Souza has resigned his post as president of a small Christian college in New York City after admitting he had become engaged to a woman even though he was legally married, though separated from his wife.
The college announced the resignation on its website this week, and D'Souza, the director of the conservative film "2016: Obama's America" and an outspoken defender of traditional marriage, confirmed the news on his personal website.
"My resignation will enable The King's College to go forward without distraction. And it will also enable me to address personal matters in my life as well as to pursue new opportunities made possible by success of my recent book and film," D'Souza said in a statement on Thursday.
D'Souza, 51, is a best-selling author and sought-after speaker in conservative circles. Since being named president of King's - where
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