Trump aide's lawyer resigned from DOJ after allegedly biting a stripper

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A lawyer representing Donald TrumpDonald TrumpEx-Rep. Garcia wins Florida Dem primary for competitive House seat Report: Trump may meet Mexican president -- in Mexico City WATCH LIVE: Trump campaigns in deep-blue Washington MORE's campaign manger Corey Lewandowski resigned from his post as a U.S. attorney in 1996 after he allegedly bit a stripper at a Miami nightclub.
Kendall Coffey, who was appointed by then-President Bill ClintonBill ClintonFoundation headaches mount for Clintons Lanny Davis: Don’t let Clinton Foundation become a casualty of politics Clinton aide Abedin cited security when not using email in Russia MORE in 1993, stepped down after the Justice Department concluded an investigation into the nightclub incident, according to reports from the time.
Coffey, a founding partner of the law firm Coffey Burlington, then returned to private practice. 
He was involved in the high-profile custody battle of Elián González in 2000.
Lewandowski was charged in the alleged battery of former Breitbart reporter Michelle Fields, local police said Tuesday morning.
Coffey's law firm is representing Trump in a suit he brought against Doral, Fla., residents living near one of his golf courses. Trump is accusing the residents of chopping down trees on the course's property.
Updated at 12:52 p.m.

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