Not content with Senator McCaskill’s praise of the Walpin firing as being doubleplusgood, the White House instructed Norman Eisen, the White House Special Counsel to the President for Ethics and Government Reform, to march up to Capitol Hill and tell Congressman Darrell Issa and his staff that Walpin’s firing was “an act of political courage.” This, despite the fact that Eisen was unprepared to answer specific questions or comply with specific document requests to back up his claims. Quite properly-and demonstrating the mental acuity he was accused of lacking-Walpin is taking none of this lying down, demanding that the White House admit error and that Congressional hearings into his firing commence immediately. And even his political foes agree. . . .
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