The Jones Day law firm last year paid U.S. Solicitor General Noel Francisco more than $2.2 million, representing additional income he earned before joining the Trump administration in January 2017.

Francisco’s 2018 annual financial disclosure form, made public last week, stated the payment reflects “gross amounts, prior to various offsets for certain taxes, insurance, and other expenses paid directly by the firm. This figure also includes $54,000 that was deposited in the Jones Day retirement plan in the fourth quarter of 2017 and a $550,000 tax retainer which is being held by Jones Day for up to seven years to pay outstanding taxes.”

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