1. SOUNDBITE (English) Ivanka Trump, White House Senior adviser:
Catherine Lucey, AP White House reporter: We're here obviously in Africa but back in Washington, everyone's ready waiting for the redacted Mueller report that expected tomorrow. What's your opinion of the investigation and will you accept the findings?
My opinion of the investigation hasn't changed, I never expressed concern. I never talked about the investigation except when asked and, I was fortunate to have knowledge of the fact that I knew that there was no collusion. I knew that there was no obstruction and this was affirmed in the Muller report and Attorney General Barr's subsequent summary. So I have no cause to be concerned. I never did.
Lucey: So, no worries at all about what might be coming out?
No, I was asked this question weeks before the report was handed over to the attorney general and I said I was not worried because I have knowledge of what transpired during the course of the campaign. So, I had no reason to be."
A day before the Justice Department is expected to unveil a redacted version of the Special Counsel's report on Russian interference into the 2016 presidential election, Ivanka Trump said she was not worried about the contents.
In an exclusive interview with the Associated Press during a trip to Africa to promote women's economic empowerment, Ivanka Trump said she knew "there was no collusion," and "I knew that there was no obstruction and this was affirmed in the Muller report and Attorney General Barr's subsequent summary."
On whether she would support turning documents over to Democrats investigating the issue, Ivanka Trump said she would leave that decision to the White House counsel.