The Mueller Probe Is Costing Taxpayers Millions Of Dollars
Article from The Hill by Katie Bo Williams.
The total cost of the federal investigation into Russian interference in the U.S. election over the first four and a half months of special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation is over $6.7 million, according to the first public accounting of the probe.
Mueller’s office spent just over $3.2 million from the date his appointment, May 17, through Sept. 30.
The bulk of the expenses went toward staff, with $1.7 million spent on salaries and benefits. The special counsel has hired 17 attorneys to date to work on the probe.
Just over $220,000 was spent on travel during that period, while $156 went to a mysterious line item: “Transportation of things.”
Read the entire article at The Hill.