1. US Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell walks to speak with reporters
2. SOUNDBITE: (English) Sen. Mitch McConnell, Senate Majority Leader:
"The Americans have got a pretty full picture of it and I believe the Mueller report came out sometime back. No, I don't intend to be watching (Mueller's testimony)."
3. McConnell listens to reporter question on whether there is anything he wants to hear from Mueller
4. SOUNDBITE: (English) Sen. Mitch McConnell, Senate Majority Leader:
"We've already heard from him. It seems to me - I don't know how many times we want to see this movie again - but I think the American people have moved on past this."
5. McConnell departs
Washington DC - 23 July 2019
6. SOUNDBITE: (English) Sen. Lindsey Graham, (R) South Carolina:
"It won't reshape my dynamic. I've heard all I need to hear from Mueller. I've read his report. I accept the findings. I don't think it's going to change public opinion. Having been involved in the Clinton impeachment if the public's not with you, you'll pay a price and I don't think anything Mueller can say that's going to change anybody's mind. (Reporter: Why don't you want to bring him before your commitee?) Because I've heard all I need to hear."
US Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says he doesn't intend to watch former special counsel Robert Mueller testify before Congress on Russia's interference in the 2016 election.
The Republican told reporters Tuesday the public already has a "pretty full picture" of Mueller's report.
McConnell said he doesn't know "how many times we want to see this movie again." He said the public has "moved on past" it.
Senate Judiciary Chairman Lindsey Graham told reporters that he's heard all he needs to hear from Mueller and he doesn't think it will change the public's mind.
The former special counsel is set to appear Wednesday in his first extended public remarks since being appointed more than two years ago to lead the probe.
Mueller's 448-page report released in April did not establish that Trump's campaign conspired or coordinated with Russia. But the special counsel did not exonerate US President Donald Trump of wrongdoing in obstructing the investigation.