PROVINCETOWN – Robert Mueller, the former special counsel, has said that his report contains all he has to say about the issue of whether the President conspired with a foreign power to interfere with the 2016 election.
Mueller testified to the US Congress today but, if he is merely referring to his report, you can skip the testimony and listen to people in Provincetown read the report.
A group gathered last month under a clear blue sky on the sloping lawn in front of the majestic Provincetown Public Library to read the report out loud cover to cover.
The 20-hour reading took place June 14 and 15 from 10am to nightfall. It took 20 hours. Participants were asked to bring a lawn chair and a blanket—to make the spectating more comfortable—and “your outdoor voice.” All were welcome to read.
Here is the 3-minute version, including a dramatic reading of the conclusion.
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