Kerik Had ‘Hit Bottom.’ Then Trump Pardoned Him.

For at least 10 years, Mr. Kerik had been seen as a fallen figure from a distant tough-guy era in New York, banished to the margins of power. But with the rise of Mr. Trump,
Mr. Kerik’s fortunes changed. His brand — brashly conservative,
critical of federal prosecutors and close with right-wing media —
precisely fit the jaw-jutting mold favored in the White House.

Publisher: NYTimes | Author: Michael Corkery

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campaign promises, conservatives, drain the swamp, and governance
DATE PUBLISHED
2020-02-27 (Modified: 2020-02-27)

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