So, before lawyering up with New York attorney and family business consigliere Marc Kasowitz, man- needing- to- be- fitted- for- a- straightjacket Donald "Rump" Trump tried to enlist the services of four prestigious law firms:
Among them, sources said, were some of the most high-profile names in the legal profession, including Brendan Sullivan of Williams & Connolly; Ted Olson of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher; Paul Clement and Mark Filip of Kirkland & Ellis; and Robert Giuffra of Sullivan & Cromwell.Apparently the law offices of Dewey, Cheatem and Howe, and Lyon, Shyster and Crooke were not solicited, though they would have been a perfect fit for the Rump ethos.
Why, oh why would four prestigious law firms turn down the opportunity to represent the un-indicted co-conspirator?
“The concerns were, ‘The guy won’t pay and he won’t listen,’” said one lawyer close to the White House who is familiar with some of the discussions between the firms and the administration, as well as deliberations within the firms themselves.What petty excuses - won't pay and won't listen! Don't they want to #MAGA? They wouldn't have had to do much research to see how Rump thinks his legal knowhow is better than any legal eagle.
So, to summarize, a lifetime track record of being a narcissistic, "only I can fix it" dolt and a deadbeat is finally catching up to Rump. Sad!