President Donald Trump's personal lawyer revealed he had been reviewing special counsel Robert Mueller's report for two days before Congress has had a chance to see it.
Attorney Jay Sekulow said he first saw the report Tuesday afternoon, and had seen it again the day after, reported Axios.
Sekulow and attorneys Jane and Martin Raskin, who also represent Trump after meeting him at Mar-A-Lago, made two visits to the Department of Justice this week to review the 400-page report in a secure location.
Attorney General William Barr confirmed the DOJ had briefed the White House on the Mueller report, which he said found no evidence of collusion between the Trump campaign and the Russian government.
Barr said the special counsel examined 10 episodes of possible obstruction of justice, but he said he and deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein did not agree with Mueller's "legal theories" and decided to clear the president.