Former special counsel Robert Mueller says he would try to be an unappealing witness for Congress, promising he wouldn't say anything he hasn't said before.
House Democrats say that still sounds pretty good.
House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler, D-N.Y., reaffirmed on Wednesday that he continues to want Mueller to speak before his panel.
"Let's just say I'm confident he'll come in soon," Nadler told reporters.
He also emphasized that Mueller should testify in the open, not behind closed doors as the former special counsel had mused.