Jonathan Lemire, Michael Balsamo and Mary Clare Jalonick Associated Press Published 10:54 PM EDT Mar 22, 2019 Washington — The manila envelope in her hand held a single sheet of paper. Wearing a black puffer coat, the woman and her delivery were so unassuming in appearance that she was able to quietly slip past the crowd of reporters gathered in the hallways of the Rayburn House Office Building. Without being noticed, she was able to deliver to Congress the simple envelope that contained a monumental message: Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russia’s interference into the 2016 election was over. The probe had taken nearly two years and imperiled a presidency. It divided Washington, delivered charges against 34 people and drew the wrath of President Donald Trump. Speculation about its findings, and when they would be delivered, had consumed Washington for weeks. Fittingly for Mueller, who never once spoke publicly about the probe, the investigation concluded in a by-the-book, under-the-radar manner. Before dawn, television crews and photographers began lining the sidewalk outside Mueller’s Washington office. The stakeout had grown as the week went on and the speculation mounted. The media frenzy only grew after Mueller, who is rarely spotted outside… Read full this story
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