Emmet Flood, the White House lawyer representing President Donald Trump in dealings with the special counsel’s office, earned $3.3 million as a Williams & Connolly partner between 2017 and his departure from the firm earlier this year, according to a newly released financial disclosure report.

The disclosure by the White House identified Flood as special counsel to Donald Trump and serving as a special government employee. Flood joined Trump’s legal team in May, replacing Ty Cobb, a former Hogan Lovells partner who was credited with persuading the president to cooperate with the special counsel’s office in the first year of its investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election.

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