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I must disagree with Don. I can see no way that the President's attorney/husband can render impartial advice in matters where there is a difference on the Board. If the President wants to take a certain action and her husband agrees or supports her, will other Board members really
believe that he is rendering impartial advice? I may not be illegal, but at least it is a conflict of interest and at worst it could be unethical.

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