“The consultants that she uses are good consultants,” she said.
And the solicitations for small donors helped line the pockets of the consultants in charge of the effort.
If you listen carefully, you can hear the soft sobs of Mitt Romney and his consultants, crying in their chocolate milk.
consultant con·sult·ant (kən-sŭl'tənt)
A physician or surgeon who does not take actual charge of a patient, but acts in an advisory capacity to the patient's primary physician.
Such a member of a hospital staff who may advise the attending physician or surgeon.