Barrett repeatedly dodged questions during her confirmation hearing, but here's what she did say.
Trump's nominee for the Supreme Court agreed that "no one is above the law," but that's as far as she went.
The nominee also dodged a question about recusing herself from a challenge to the 2020 election.
As the coronavirus spreads through the upper ranks of the GOP, senators can Zoom their way through her confirmation hearing—but they have to appear in person to vote.
A handful of Republican senators—including two on the Senate committee tasked with approving her nomination—have tested positive for the coronavirus.
"I believe it is vitally important that the Special Counsel be allowed to complete his investigation," Barr wrote.
We talked to Angela Wright, who was not called to testify in 1991 at the Supreme Court nominee's hearing
“Hi Cindy, will you be my girlfriend? Love, Bret.”
“I was protesting because this president is an unindicted co-conspirator in a felony criminal investigation,” actress Piper Perabo told VICE News.
Opening statements are off to a contentious start.
Last week, Gina Haspel defended the CIA’s use of torture. Now, she says the program should never have existed.
"I’m not gonna sit here, with the benefit of hindsight, and judge the very good people who made hard decisions who were running the agency," Haspel said.