Partner Christopher Swift is quoted in a Washington Times
article, “White House: Nothing to see here; go find Clinton
,” about President Trump’s use of Twitter to respond to allegations of collusion between his campaign and Russia.
Swift said Trump should avoid tweeting about the Russian investigation, adding that he would be better served by letting the White House counsel, his press secretary and his personal attorney do his talking for him.
“If he was my client, I would be very frustrated about my client getting in the way of my ability to help him,” he said.