Former FBI director Robert Mueller will speak publicly on Monday for the first time since taking over the Justice Department investigation into Russian interference in the presidential election, reported. CNN.
Mueller will deliver the commencement address at Tabor Academy in Marion, Massachusetts, where his granddaughter is graduating along with 132 other seniors. The school announced that Mueller, who worked as an attorney in Boston before and after his time at the FBI, would speak three weeks before he was appointed special counsel.
The Wall Street Journal reported Monday that Mueller has begun conducting his investigation from an office space in downtown Washington, D.C., where he brought two attorneys from his former law firm, the Boston-based WilmerHale.
“We are honored to have a decorated veteran and such an influential public servant speak to our graduates, just on the cusp of their life’s journey,” John Quirk, head of school for Tabor, said in a statement, according to The Boston Globe.
“Mr. Mueller oversaw the FBI during one of the most complex periods of our nation’s history and will no doubt share some unique perspectives with our graduates about leading in a position with such public and high-level responsibility,” Quirk said.
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