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‘Knowledge of adult film industry a plus’: Prankster posts hilarious DC Craigslist ad seeking a lawyer for Trump

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President Donald Trump keeps getting rejected by lawyers he tries to hire to help him handle special counsel Robert Mueller’s probe — and now one prankster has sarcastically decided to help the president out by posting an ad for an attorney on Washington DC’s Craigslist.

The ad, which seeks a “lead attorney for a difficult client” located at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. in Washington DC, says that it would be “a plus” for prospective applicants to have “working knowledge of social media, especially Twitter” and “better than average knowledge of the adult film industry and a collection of Playboy magazines from 1985-2010.”

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The ad also says appearances on Fox News are a good way to make a first impression, and it says applicants should look like either Gregory Peck or Tommy Lee Jones to be considered for the job.

It then warns that the client in the case “is very forceful and opinionated about his defense” and tells applicants that their jobs will be “keeping him from testifying under oath and hoping the rest comes out in the wash.”

Despite these difficulties, the ad promises massive rewards for attorneys who take the case because the client “is a hugely wealthy man, hugely successful, everyone says it.”

Read the full ad below.

A Craigslist ad seeking an attorney for President Donald Trump.

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