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Is Mike's Lying a Step Back for His Character on 'Suits'?

Suits has always focused on the lies and deceit from Mike and Harvey. Mike's position in the law firm was built on the lies he and Harvey told in the very first episode. Yet there was hope the lies could stop once Mike became a real lawyer. There was a chance his character could develop. Do his continued lies in Season 7 stay true to his character or are they a step back?
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