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Jones Day's McGahn Felt 'Trapped' In Panicked White House

Law360 (April 18, 2019, 10:46 PM EDT) -- A White House lawyer badgered by a panicked boss to do "crazy shit" and engage in a Watergate-style attack on a Justice Department investigation appears to have made the best, ethically speaking, of an extremely bad situation.

During his time as White House counsel, Don McGahn, above, pushed back at the president's attempts to get special counsel Robert Mueller fired. (AP) On page after page of the redacted report released Thursday, special counsel Robert Mueller describes a fraught, toxic relationship between President Donald Trump and White House counsel Don McGahn, who left the post in October and rejoined Jones Day last month....

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