According to the media such as The Washington Post, McGahn, who is also head White House lawyer, has been the point man for getting Kavanaugh confirmed. If that happens, McGahn will exit his stint in the White House on top.
That means that any stink associated with the Trump Administration probably won't follow him.
Likely, he would be welcomed back to Jones Day, where he had been a partner. Or any other law firms which tilts toward the right would assess him as an asset and offer him a partner position.
However, if Kavanaugh isn't confirmed, McGahn could be among those scapegoated. His brand could be tarnished in conservative circles. That would make it more difficult for him to negotiate for his next job.
McGahn is only 50 years old. He has a lot of career ahead him. What kind of career that will be could be determined very soon. The Senate vote on Kavanaugh has as much to do with McGahn's future as it does with Kavanaugh's.
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