Robert Mullen Company is a public relations company in Washington DC. The firm was founded in 1952 by Robert R. Mullen, who was a campaign press secretary for Dwight D. Eisenhower and information director for the Marshall Plan. A Watergate committee report and a CIA document revealed that the Robert Mullen Company has in at least two instances been a front for CIA operations abroad.
In 1971 the Robert Mullen Company was purchased by Robert Foster Bennett, son of U.S. Senator Wallace Foster Bennett
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