On June 22, the fax machine spit out a press release of slightly less than two pages from the Office of the Independent Counsel regarding the long-delayed conclusion of the investigation “commonly known as the Travel Office matter.” It was a statement from independent counsel Robert W. Ray, the successor to Kenneth W. Starr, informing Read More
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