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Letter to the Editor: What Happened?
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Last week, Robert Mueller made a requested visit to two different committees of Congress. I listened intently to the five hour interrogation and noticed that frequently Mr. Mueller was having trouble in responding to questions. From the perspective of retired mental health therapist, I noticed he was having great cognitive difficulties and aphasia, i.e., unable to retrieve familiar and ordinary words – the symptoms were all too familiar. Congress's approach to Mr. Mueller and his report was twofold. The Democrats were intent on parsing the juiciest, negative parts of the report related to the administration. The Republicans were intent on questioning what was not included. All in all, neither side could say the five hour effort was constructive. When the question of Democrat bias was asked in relation to his team of lawyers, Mr. Mueller mustered focus and clarity while defending those attorneys who worked under him. I fully understood that display of loyalty as the spouse of a 30 year former Marine. Semper Fi, Mr. Mueller. But with respect to Mr. Mueller, it should be questioned why the man had to make the visit in the first place. Mr. Mueller's symptoms did not happen in a day, but were building over time. The people who loved him, his family and his colleagues must have determined that there was a problem.

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