In this episode of ‘The Vivek Show,’ host Vivek Ramaswamy explores the topic of meritocracy in America and voices his opposition to race-based affirmative action. He is joined by guest Andrew Lelling, a former U.S. Attorney from Boston, who led the prosecution of the notorious college admission corruption scandal. Lelling sheds light on Rick Singer’s elaborate scam involving bribing college coaches and cheating on standardized tests, which secured the admission of wealthy parents’ children into prestigious universities. Over 10 years, Singer’s scheme amassed an estimated $25 million. Lelling also reveals some high-profile individuals involved in the case, highlighting the wide range of wealthy participants.
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Andrew Lelling, a distinguished former United States Attorney and senior Department of Justice (DOJ) official, brings his extensive expertise in white collar, securities, and international enforcement matters to the podcast. With a track record of successfully trying dozens of cases in both federal and state courts, Lelling shares valuable insights as he defends companies and individuals in complex government investigations, spearheads internal investigations, and provides guidance on compliance with federal, state, and international laws.