9. Joaquin Castro, D-Texas: Thank you. The party line in this case was that the deal ended in January 2016, in other words they were saying that the deal ended in January 2016 before the Republican primaries. In truth though, the deal extended to June 2016, when Donald Trump was already the presumptive Republican nominee, is that correct?
Robert Mueller: That is correct.
Castro: The party line was also that Cohen discussed the deal with Trump only three times, when in truth they discussed it multiple times, is that right?
Mueller: Also true in the basis for — and part of the basis for that plea that he entered (ph) for lying to this entity.
Castro: Thank you — and thank you for prosecuting that. The party line was also that Cohen and Trump never discussed traveling to Russia during the campaign when in truth they did discuss it, is that right?
Mueller: That's accurate.
Castro: And the party line was that Cohen never received a response from the Kremlin to his inquiries about the Trump Tower Moscow deal. In fact, Cohen not only received a response from the Kremlin to his e-mail, but also had a lengthy conversation with a Kremlin representative who had a detailed understanding of the project, is that right?
Mueller: If it's in the — if it's in the report that is accurate representation of that piece of the report.