Lawyer Chuck Colson had been quoted as willing to walk over his grandmother to have Richard Nixon elected.
His brand among all the president's lawyers was The Evil Genius.
When he died at age 80, The Washington Post was among the media outlets who canonized him as a kind of saint.
During incarceration, Colson had one of those psychic shifts which religious, spiritual, and Alcoholics Anonymous leaders describe as the first step to a new life.
He embraced a higher calling: serving the spiritual needs of prisoners.
Eventually he led a movement of ministries for those who were or had been behind bars.
Anyone who has participated in prison outreach understands how effective those kinds of initiatives can be. They do change lives. Along the way they bring hope.
It's possible that former Jones Day partner - Don McGahn - could also have that moment of clarity about his purpose in life. As many recall, he represented the Make America Great campaign. Currently he is top lawyer in the White House.
Given the volatility of the Trump Administration, all bets are off about what will or will not go down. In the process, McGahn could be pulled into the legal trouble loop.
There's no telling what could be his Next. As one of the president's lawyers will McGahn's career derail? It could. In that transition he could find his unique mission.
Like Colson, McGahn is a fascinating guy. So, we will watch ...
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