Which denominations interpret these verses as not permitting divorce in the case of adultery, for those in a valid marriage?
St. Matthew 5:32
But I say to you, whosoever shall dismiss his wife, excepting the cause of fornication (porneia), maketh her to commit adultery. And he that shall marry her that is dismissed, committeth adultery.
St. Matthew 19:9
And I say to you, that whosoever shall dismiss his wife, but for fornication (porneia), and shall marry another, committeth adultery: and he that shall marry her that is dismissed, committeth adultery.
For example, the Catholic Church calls these "exceptive clauses." In other words: fornication does not make a marriage.
It also seems these exceptive clauses could refer to "diriment impediments," which prevent there from ever being a marriage in the first place; examples of diriment impediments being incest, perpetual impotence, vow of chastity/celibacy, etc.).
Note: I am not asking about the Catholic interpretation of Matt. 5:32 and 19:9, as this question here does, but which denomination(s) interpret those verses similarly to the way the Catholic Church does.