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'''Solomon''' was the third person to serve as Chief [[White House Counsel]] under President [[Josiah Bartlet]], having replaced [[Gates]] but was soon himself replaced by [[Lionel Tribbey]].
 
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}}'''Solomon''' is the third person to serve as Chief [[White House Counsel]] under President [[Josiah Bartlet]], having replaced [[Gates]] but is soon himself replaced by [[Lionel Tribbey]].
   
When President Bartlet pondered why White House Counsels did not last very long under him, [[Chief of Staff]] [[Leo McGarry]] said that Counsels agree to advise the President and then he "didn't let them in." ("[[Bad Moon Rising]]")
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When President Bartlet ponders why White House Counsels does not last very long under him, [[Chief of Staff]] [[Leo McGarry]] says that Counsels agree to advise the President and then he "doesn't let them in".<ref>"[[Bad Moon Rising]]"</ref>
   
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== Trivia ==
: ''Solomon was never seen on screen, and was only mentioned after [[Lionel Tribbey]] and [[Oliver Babish]] had been introduced.''
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*Solomon is never seen on screen, and only mentioned when [[Lionel Tribbey]] and [[Oliver Babish]] are introduced.
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{{Succession box|before=[[Gates]]|title=[[White House Counsel]]|current=[[Solomon]]|years=[[1999]]|after=[[Lionel Tribbey]]}}
 
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Revision as of 08:40, 28 October 2019

Solomon is the third person to serve as Chief White House Counsel under President Josiah Bartlet, having replaced Gates but is soon himself replaced by Lionel Tribbey.

When President Bartlet ponders why White House Counsels does not last very long under him, Chief of Staff Leo McGarry says that Counsels agree to advise the President and then he "doesn't let them in".[1]

Trivia

Notes and references



PREDECESSOR
Gates
White House Counsel
Solomon
1999
SUCCESSOR
Lionel Tribbey
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