If it’s true that President Donald Trump is in the midst of a legal thicket, it’s equally true that Washington is crawling with lawyers whose egos have never spotted a challenge too large.

And yet Trump faces a situation that might have seemed absurd just a couple of years ago: a sitting U.S. president seemingly struggling to find enough lawyers to represent him. (Trump, for his part, calls the notion “Fake News.”)

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