That's the universal response to the outing of Jones Day as in the front lines of legally representing the interests of illegal immigrants. Simultaneously, two of its partners are serving Donald Trump's Make America Great Again campaign.
On Yahoo, Michael Isikoff reports:
"While Donald Trump publicly calls for mass deportations of all undocumented immigrants, his presidential campaign has hired a law firm [Jones Day] that is fighting against the deportation of thousands of undocumented refugees from Central America."
On its website, Jones Day crows. It gleefully explains that more than 150 lawyers from its offices around the U.S. are serving the needs of the immigrants. On a pro bono basis. That is, unpaid.
To save face, Trump may have to yank the account from Jones Day. One wonders if Saul Goodman of "Better Call Saul" has election law expertise. He could take over the mission of seeing to it that Trump is treated fairly in the American justice system.