White House adviser Ivanka TrumpIvana (Ivanka) Marie TrumpTrump says he's 'all for masks' despite reluctance to wear one Trump signs order directing federal government to focus on skills when hiring Trump to return to rally stage in controversial style MORE says in a new interview that she isn't concerned about the possibility of members of her family being indicted under the special counsel investigation into the Trump campaign and Russia.

Speaking with ABC News, Trump told "The View" co-host Abby Huntsman that she has "zero concern" about future indictments from Robert MuellerRobert (Bob) MuellerCNN's Toobin warns McCabe is in 'perilous condition' with emboldened Trump CNN anchor rips Trump over Stone while evoking Clinton-Lynch tarmac meeting The Hill's 12:30 Report: New Hampshire fallout MORE's investigation.

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“Are you concerned about anyone in your life that you love being involved?” Huntsman asked.

“I'm not. I'm really not,” Trump responded.

The president's eldest daughter and White House adviser went on to add that she knew little about talks between the Trump Organization and Russia in 2015 to develop a Trump Tower in Moscow. Those plans were ultimately rejected.

“Literally almost nothing,” she said when asked about her knowledge of the deal. “We were an active business.”

“There was never a binding contract. I never talked to the — with a third party outside of the organization about it. It was one of — I mean, we could have had 40 or 50 deals like that, that were floating around, that somebody was looking at. Nobody visited it to see if it was worth our time. So this was not exactly like an advanced project," Trump added to ABC News.

Mueller's investigation most recently ensnared President TrumpDonald John TrumpHouse panel approves 0.5B defense policy bill House panel votes against curtailing Insurrection Act powers after heated debate House panel votes to constrain Afghan drawdown, ask for assessment on 'incentives' to attack US troops MORE's longtime confidant Roger StoneRoger Jason StoneJudge gives Stone an extra 14 days to report to prison DOJ denies giving Stone special treatment over prison sentence delay Barr denies pattern of upholding Trump's interests, blames 'media narrative' MORE late last month. Stone faces charges of witness tampering and obstruction related to his contacts with WikiLeaks, the document trove website run by Julian Assange where thousands of stolen Democratic emails were posted during the 2016 election.

Stone has maintained his innocence, but the indictment remains a sign that Mueller's investigation, while reportedly nearing its conclusion, is still actively pursuing criminal charges against former members of the president's inner circle.