Neither did Don McGahn, when he was a partner at Jones Day. After The Washington Post broke the story that he was representing the Make America Great Again campaign, that dominated legal media. The issue was framed: Sure, everyone has a right to legal representation. But why the hell would it ever be a partner from a white shoe firm like Jones Day.
In other spheres, no one even seems to notice the values issue. For example, superlawyer David Boies represented infamous hedge fund guru Steve Cohen with the SEC. That worked out well for Cohen. There was no question hovering in the legal media about how could Boies, with his reputation, be Cohen's legal advocate?