I am not a lawyer but is this as dumb as trying to ford the Amazon during flood season with an open wound or dumber than that?
Breaking: Former Trump aide Rick Gates admits his false statement to the FBI came during a "proffer session with his counsel at [Mueller's] office."
So he LIED to them WHILE trying to cut a deal with Mueller.
(I reported that was the likely source of Count 2 earlier today…) https://t.co/n9OT8nGxzz
— Ari Melber (@AriMelber) February 23, 2018
Lawyers — what is the dumbest thing that you can reveal without breaking confidentiality/ethics rules that a client has ever done against your advice?