Just one day after Donald Trump called out the Hillary Clinton campaign due to who was sitting directly behind her in the audience during a rally, it turns out Trump has some explaining to do of his own – and in this instance there may be no way to explain it away. At tonight’s rally in Florida, visible just over Donald Trump’s shoulder was former congressman Mark Foley, who resigned after he was accused of sexual relations with several underage boys. Mark Foley was accused of having used email and instant messages to make sexual advances to underage pages who had previously worked for him in Congress, and he ended up resigning in 2006 over the matter, having been alleged of being a pedophile but never charged. Foley was spotted just behind Donald Trump at a campaign event this evening, and seemed to be making no attempt at disguising his identity or keeping a low profile. He was seated in the section where the campaign knew the cameras would spot him, just behind their candidate. The rows of seats directly behind Trump, where Foley was seated, had signs that marked the seats as "RESERVED." Foley confirmed his attendance to the Sun Sentinel, telling the newspaper that he arrived early to get his prime seating, visible behind Trump in TV shots -- just like he used to do during the State of the Union addresses when he was in Congress.