He asked Barr to explain any redactions.
He says he'll explain each redaction.
"I’m glad to talk to Chairman Nadler and Chairman Graham as to whether they feel they need more information and see if there’s a way we could accommodate that."
"If you think it's such an outrageous position, you have nothing to worry about. Let the courts do their job."
Barr tries to shut down further talk of Mueller report. politico.com/story/2019/04/…
BARR doesn't bite: "Well, the letter speaks for itself."
"Many of the members who are calling for the release of the report were basically castigating Ken Starr."
BARR: "No I don’t. I suspect that they wanted more put out but in my view, I was not interested in putting out summaries."
"I don't intend to, at this stage, to send the full unredacted report to the committee ... If [NADLER] got it directly from the counsel, that would be unfortunate. I doubt that would happen."
"Call it what you wish. I’m not discussing," he said.
Asked about that, he underscores that the news stories cited "associates" of people on Mueller's team. "I'm not sure who it refers to," he says.
"I’m a lawyer. I’m not in charge of health care."
He also says he "can envision" sharing redacted information with Congress under appropriate circumstances.