Donald McGahn, whose 22 months as White House counsel featured frequent legal crises, two U.S. Supreme Court vacancies and an intensifying special counsel investigation, said Sunday he will return to his former law firm, Jones Day.

McGahn first gave word of the move Sunday to The Washington Post, telling the paper he will lead the firm’s government relations practice while also serving as an outside adviser to Senate Republicans on judicial nominations.

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