Advising the President: Rules Governing Access and Accountability of Presidential Advisors (LSB10183, Aug. 8, 2018) examines three categories of Presidential advisors and the related ethics requirements and limitations that apply to their respective roles: employees who serve full-time, regular appointments; outside advisors who are formally appointed to temporary roles; and informal, personal advisors with whom the President consults. — Joe
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