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Trump Likely to Name Pat Cipollone as Next White House Counsel

Wall Street Journal Saturday, 13 October 2018
Trump Likely to Name Pat Cipollone as Next White House CounselPat Cipollone, a veteran Washington lawyer, is likely to be named the next White House counsel, succeeding Don McGahn, who has held the role since President Trump took office last year, according to two White House officials.
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