The special counsel said as little as possible at his news conference Wednesday. But he said enough.
Ronald Goldfarb is a veteran Washington, D.C., attorney, author and literary agent who worked in the Department of Justice as a special assistant to Robert F. Kennedy in the organized crime and racketeering section, and as a speechwriter for Kennedy’s Senate campaign in New York. He has written 13 books and over 400 articles in addition to numerous op-eds and reviews (see www.RonaldGoldfarb.com).
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