President-elect Donald Trump may be considering a position for Kellyanne Conway’s husband in his new administration, according to a Bloomberg report.
Kellyanne Conway was Trump’s campaign manager and has now been appointed Senior White House Advisor.
According to Bloomberg, George Conway is a partner at the Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz law firm. Reportedly, and he is being considered for the position of Solicitor General.
Definition of Solicitor General:
An officer of the U.S. Justice Department who represents the federal government in cases before the U.S. Supreme Court.
“The solicitor general is charged with representing the Executive Branch of the U.S. government in cases before the U.S. Supreme Court. This means that the solicitor and the solicitor’s staff are the chief courtroom lawyers for the government, preparing legal briefs and making oral arguments in the Supreme Court. The solicitor general also decides which cases the United States should appeal from adverse lower-court decisions. Congress established the office of solicitor general in 1870 as part of the legislation creating the Department of Justice. Although early solicitors occasionally handled federal trials, for the most part the solicitor general has concentrated on appeals to the Supreme Court. In this role the solicitor has come to serve the interests of both the executive branch and the Supreme Court.”
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