Attorney General Bill Barr is ending his tenure going against Donald Trump on a few fronts. During a news conference today, Barr repeated his position that he doesn’t see widespread voter fraud and won’t be appointing a special counsel to look into the accusations Donald Trump and his team have made about the election.

“If I thought a special counsel at this stage was the right tool, I would name one, but I haven’t and I’m not going to.”

And when asked whether a special counsel should be appointed to investigate Hunter Biden, Barr said that the current investigation is being handled “responsibly and professionally” and “I have not seen a reason to appoint a special counsel.”

Barr also contradicted Trump on the massive cyber hack on the U.S. government.

Some of the reporters who cover the State Department say this is the most open they have seen Barr during his tenure as attorney general. Barr’s last day is this Wednesday. Deputy Attorney General Jeff Rosen will then serve as acting attorney general.

Watch more of the q&a with Barr above.