No it does not!
Let’s read Mark’s Gospel.
Mark Chapter 10
10:4 And they said, “Moses gave permission to write a bill of divorce and to dismiss her.” 10:5 But Jesus responded by saying: “It was due to the hardness of your heart that he wrote that precept for you. 10:6 But from the beginning of creation, God made them male and female. 10:7 Because of this, a man shall leave behind his father and mother, and he shall cling to his wife. 10:8 And these two shall be one in flesh. And so, they are now, not two, but one flesh. 10:9 Therefore, what God has joined together, let no man separate.” 10:10 And again, in the house, his disciples questioned him about the same thing. 10:11 And he said to them: “Whoever dismisses his wife, and marries another, commits adultery against her. 10:12 And if a wife dismisses her husband, and is married to another, she commits adultery.”
No mention of any causes to allow divorce here.
Now in the Gospel of Matthew. The Greek original text uses a particular word as a possible cause that a marriage can be ended, πορνειας or “Porneia”.
Here are some notes on the meaning of this word.
“Porneia, which is relatively rare in classical Greek (Moulton-Milligan), originally stood for “prostitution” … In other, later contexts it denotes “unchasity, illicit sexual relations” of any kind (“fornication” is a somewhat archaic but common translation).” [The Complete Biblical Library].
Illicit sexual intercourse:
adultery, fornication, homosexuality, lesbianism, intercourse with animals, etc.
sexual intercourse with close relatives; Levitcus 18
sexual intercourse with a divorced man or woman;
(The New Testament Greek Lexicon)
Porneia (fornication) “is used of illicit sexual intercourse….” (W. E. Vine, Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words]
Fornication: "illicit sexual intercourse in general … distinguished from adultery (moicheia) in Matthew 15:19 … used of adultery … in Matthew 5:32; 19:9 [Henry Thayer, Thayer’s Greek-English Lexicon, pg. 532].
Fornication: “The New Testament is characterized by an unconditional repudiation of all extra-marital and unnatural intercourse” [Theological Dictionary of the New Testament, Vol. 6, pg. 590].
Now what you need to realize is that the author of Matthew did not use the more common word moicheia used to describe “Adultery” therefore it is a mistranslation to use “Adultery” as a cause for lawful divorce.