Photographic Evidence: 12 Hours of Mueller Day

The normally frigid marble...

The normally frigid marble hallway outside the hearing room teemed with reporters anxiously gulping coffee and texting editors on their phones and laptops, photographers and videographers jostling for just the right spot to catch lawmakers, and spectators in line hoping for a coveted seat in the room. Some of those in line had waited hours and — in the case of a group of interns — even overnight for a spot.

Members of Congress trying to get to a different hearing stared wide-eyed down the hall, pondering how they might navigate through the masses. “I don’t think they’re here for us,” an aide deadpanned to a congressman.

8:41 A.M.

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