Attorney General William Barr is answering lawmakers’ questions over Special Counsel Mueller's report on the Russia investigation.
Members of the House Appropriations subcommittee are questioning Barr on details on the 400-page report he received in late March.
“Is there anything new you’ve seen since the review of the entirety of the report that would change your conclusions?” Rep. Tom Graves (R-GA) asked.
“No congressman," Barr replied, "As I’ve explained my March 24th letter was meant to state the bottom line conclusions of the report, not summarize the report. I tried to use as much of the special counsel’s own language as I could, but they were just stating the bottom line conclusions. There’s nothing to suggest to me that those weren’t a fair statement of the conclusions.”