Well-connected D.C. lawyer to speak in Waukegan hometown April 26

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The Waukegan Warrior is heading home!

What about Bob?

He’s a master of the book deal.

He’s one of the nation’s most powerful lawyers.

He’s Waukegan bred with Washington cred, who hangs out with the word’s powerful elite.

And he just may become Waukegan’s new favorite son; emerging from the shadow of the late, great Jack Benny, whose hometown became an integral part of the legendary comedian’s 1950s radio showbiz schtick.

“I did help raise funds to build a statue to Jack Benny in Waukegan,” said uber-powerful D.C. attorney Robert “Bob” Barnett, who is the publishing guru to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin, former President George W. Bush, Christiane Amanpour and an endless list of A-list names.

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