The White House Isn’t Doing Its Staff Any Favors By Not Setting Limits On Who Can Pay Their Legal Fees
Ethics advocates were predictably aghast.
The McDonnell v. U.S. decision limited what prosecutors can charge as public corruption.
That's how much the disgraced Virginia governor owes his lawyers after a watershed Supreme Court win.
The move comes after the Supreme Court unanimously threw out the governor's convictions.
Besides Ferrari rides and a ton of high-end golf attire, Bob McDonnell scored a custom monogrammed Rolex that spelled out his job title at the time, "71st Governor of Virginia," which was either a futile reminder or a grim joke.