The only kind of revenge that would suit this ongoing real-life theatrical production would be for The Preet to run against The Donald in 2020. The latter has already mentioned to Alan Dershowitz his intention to go for re-election.
But as many already know and as Vanity Fair hammers, that's impossible.
The Preet was born in India. He is one of the iconic Indian-Americans featured in "The Billionaire's Apprentice" about the elite from India.
The Wall Street Journal speculates the Next could be teaching at an Ivy law school or being a partner in BigLaw.
But that could sideline him from running for elected office. Since his official residence is New York state (Westchester County) he could go after the governor's job or that of state attorney general. Those would be a good fit for a guy whose talents include staging himself.
The challenge The Preet faces is dodging the identity of being unemployed. Currently, he's just another guy who lost his big job. Outplacement is full of them. In America, world headquarters for capitalism, either you are working or not working. If the latter, you are perceived and treated as less-than.
On Abovethelaw.com, Joe Patrice reports that Bharara joined New York University Law School as Distinguished scholar in residence." Here is the coverage.
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