A reader points us to an article
in yesterday's Palm Beach Post
Congressional staff members who asked not to be identified said it was widely known among Hill staffers and some House leaders that Foley had been engaging in inappropriate conduct and language with young aides.
One highly placed staff member said Foley's abrupt resignation may have been demanded by Republican leaders who have been aware for some time about allegations of inappropriate behavior.
It's not clear to me from this piece whether the reference to "Hill staffers and some House leaders" is a broader circle than the one we already know about. Stay tuned . . .