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U.S. Justice Department headquarters in Washington.U.S. Justice Department headquarters in Washington. (Photo: Mike Scarcella/ALM)

When the White House asked the Justice Department’s Office of Legal Counsel whether appointing President Donald Trump’s son-in-law was legal under the federal anti-nepotism law, the office told the administration last week what it wanted to hear: yes, it was OK.


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