Claim Chowder is Served, Legally Hot.

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Four top law firms turned down requests to represent Trump

Top lawyers with at least four major law firms rebuffed White House overtures to represent President Trump in the Russia investigations, in part over concerns that the president would be unwilling to listen to their advice, according to five sources familiar with discussions about the matter.

The unwillingness of some of the country’s most prestigious attorneys and their law firms to represent Trump has complicated the administration’s efforts to mount a coherent defense strategy to deal with probes being conducted by four congressional committees as well as Justice Department special counsel Robert Mueller.

So he’s back to his NYC shyster from the prestigious lawfirm of Dewey, Cheatem, and Howe. We are going to need so much popcorn:

The president’s chief lawyer now in charge of the case is Marc E. Kasowitz, a tough New York civil litigator who for years has aggressively represented Trump in multiple business and public relations disputes — often with threats of countersuits and menacing public statements — but who has little experience dealing with complex congressional and Justice Department investigations that are inevitably influenced by media coverage and public opinion.

The usual admonitions of having a fool for a client apply. I cannot imagine a high-powered attorney wanting to deal with a mango-hued shitgibbon tweeting at all hours of the night.

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6 Responses to Claim Chowder is Served, Legally Hot.

  1. roket says:

    Who does Marc E. Kasowitz plan on intimidating when the only defense for his client is that he’s stupid and wasn’t thinking?


    • Big Bad Bald Bastard says:

      Also, this is one case for which he can’t just run out the clock until the plaintiff can’t afford to continue the suit.

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  2. Big Bad Bald Bastard says:

    Why would any reputable firm work for a guy who is notorious for not paying his bills? It’s a bad deal! Sad.

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  3. Bruce388 says:

    Trump’s hard-earned reputation as a deadbeat isn’t the only issue. An excerpt from the Washington Post:

    Another factor cited was that representing Trump would “kill recruitment” for the firms — that, in other words, an association with Trump would hurt their bottom lines.


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