On Nov. 8, 2016, K Street and its clients were thrown for a loop. "Many companies want to understand: What are the president's priorities?" President Trump's onetime campaign manager, Corey Lewandowski, told The New York Times Magazine. "But there are so few people in Washington who have a relationship or an understanding of him."
For those that did have insight to offer, though, business boomed. Lewandowski himself had a short-lived stint at a lobbying firm he started with Trump's former aide Barry Bennett. While Lewandowski eventually got into some trouble for boasting a bit too loudly about his nearness to Trump and for failing to register as a lobbyist, he offered The New York Times Magazine a glimpse at the strange new "swamp" that exists with Trump in office:
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