Robert Mueller is known as the former head of the FBI and special investigator. He is most famous for reporting possible Russian interference in Donald Trumps’ 2016 presidential win.
Robert Swan Mueller III was born on August 7, 1944, in New York City, and grew up outside of Philadelphia. He went to the renowned St. Paul's school in New Hampshire, where he captained the soccer, lacrosse and hockey squads. In his hockey team, he played with future Secretary of State John Kerry.
Mueller pursued his father to Princeton, graduating with a degree in legislative issues in 1966, and earned his master's in global relations from New York University the next year. He at that point served with unique excellence in Vietnam, getting the Bronze Star, two Navy Commendation Medals, the Purple Heart and the Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry as an official in the Marine Corps. Returning stateside, he continued his instruction at the University of Virginia Law School, serving on the Law Review and gaining his J.D. in 1973.
In July 2019, desires were high among Democrats that Robert Mueller's testimony on Capitol Hill would be the flash they expected to influence an impeachment of President Donald Trump. The testimony detailed the President's activities encompassing the probe into Russian obstruction in the 2016 election.
It didn't turn out that way. He said that Trump's recognition for WikiLeaks was, at least, "problematic." He affirmed that the Russians needed Trump to win and that Trump's crusade invited and energized those endeavors. But he didn't say anything new that he had already said in his 400 page report leaving people on Trump's side happy that they don't have to fight a threat of impeachment.
After documenting his famous report, Mueller took his wife, Ann Cabell Standish, to supper in Washington, D.C.They went to Salt and Pepper in the Palisades region and sat together in one of the corners, eating scallops. During the examination, he and his better half were regularly observed eating out together at that café.
Robert Mueller and his significant other, Ann, have two children. They are proud parents of Cynthia and Melissa. Mueller's little girl, Cynthia, was born while he was serving in Vietnam. When he and his significant other, Ann, met in Hawaii in 1969 for a meeting during his administration, he met his little girl Cynthia for the absolute first time. In those nine months since he had left in 1968, he had just gotten the Bronze Star.
|7 Aug, 1944
|United States of America
|New York City
|Sixth director of the FBI; American attorney