John Dean

Author, lecturer, columnist and CNN contributor

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Former White House Counsel under President Nixon. Now a lecturer, columnist and CNN contributor. He is co-author of “Authoritarian Nightmare: Trump and his Followers”

Dean served as counsel to President Richard Nixon.

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