McDonnell says the issue of disclosures and gifts doesn't warrant a special session of the Virginia General Assembly.
McDonnell says he has worked "tirelessly" for the last 22 years as a public official.
McDonnell recounted some of his accomplishments, including the transportation bill, the state budget, raises for teachers, tripling the rainy day fund, education and pension reforms.
McDonnell: "This has been a consequential term."
McDonnell acknowledges that there is "expectation is a higher level of disclosure" with regard
to what our laws should be.
Asked when he or his wife, Maureen, last talked to the FBI: "I
don’t think I have much more that I can say."
McDonnell:: "I’ve answered as many questions now as I think I can... I can’t comment on investigations."
McDonnell says the investigation is not what people ask him about when he goes around the state. Instead, they ask about specific projects, such as road improvements.
Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell takes questions on WTOP's Ask the Governor program at 10 a.m. Tuesday, July 30. What do you want to ask the governor?