A number of Duane Morris lawyers are displeased with a letter that a high-profile recently added partner, former Eastern District of Pennsylvania U.S. Attorney William McSwain, sent to former President Donald Trump, in which he sought support for his bid for Pennsylvania governor and echoed the former president’s allegations of irregularities in last November’s presidential election. And they’re also not happy with the firm’s response to the June missive.

McSwain, who served as U.S. attorney from 2018 until his resignation in January, has been at the center of swirling controversy this week after Trump released the letter Monday, as part of his own simmering dispute with former U.S. Attorney General William Barr.

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