wire-puller

noun
wire-pull·​er | \ˈwī(-ə)r-ˌpu̇-lər \

Definition of wire-puller 

: one who uses secret or underhanded means to influence the acts of a person or organization

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wire-pulling \ˈwī(-​ə)r-​ˌpu̇-​liŋ \ noun

First Known Use of wire-puller

1825, in the meaning defined above

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