WATCH: Attorney General Bill Bar Says in Hearing: ‘I’ve Said What I’m Gonna Say About the Report’

You’ve said enough.

Attorney General William Barr confirmed today in a Congressional hearing that he will deliver the Mueller report to Congress and the public within a week, reiterating his earlier promise to release the report by mid-April. But he declined to say whether he’d shown the White House the report.

Representative Nita M. Lowey (D-NY), who chairs the full Appropriations Committee, pressed Barr to answer, but he refused.

“I’ve said what I’m going to say about the report today,” he said. “I’ve issued three letters about it…” he said. “But I’ve already laid out the process that is going forward to release these reports hopefully within a week. I’m not going to say anything more about it until the report is out and everyone has a chance to look at it.”

People think they know why.

Other Democrats on the House Appropriations Committee eagerly pressed Barr about the report.

“The American people have been left with many unanswered questions; serious concerns about the process by which you formulated your letter; and uncertainty about when we can expect to see the full report,” said Representative Jose Serrano (NY).

“I think it would strike a serious blow to our system and yes to our democracy if that report is not fully seen,” he added.

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