Attorney General William Barr will send the special counsel Robert Mueller's report in the Russia investigation to the White House before the public sees it, South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham said Tuesday.
Graham said Barr told him he would send the report to the White House first in case they want to claim executive privilege over any parts of it.
Trump's defense lawyers have previously said they want a chance to review and "correct" the Mueller report before it's made public.
Graham, who chairs the Senate Judiciary Committee, also said Barr told him it will likely take "weeks, not months" to get a version of Mueller's final report out to the public.
Barr on Sunday released his own summary of Mueller's report, which found that there was no evidence that the Trump campaign conspired with Russia during the 2016 election.
Barr and Rosenstein then concluded that there was not sufficient evidence to determine that Trump obstructed justice.
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