Sarah Sanders: Trump doesn't have 'any problem' with release of Mueller report

White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Monday that President TrumpDonald John TrumpThorny part of obstruction of justice is proving intent, that's a job for Congress Obama condemns attacks in Sri Lanka as 'an attack on humanity' Schiff rips Conway's 'display of alternative facts' on Russian election interference MORE doesn't have "any problem" with special counsel Robert MuellerRobert Swan MuellerSasse: US should applaud choice of Mueller to lead Russia probe MORE's full report being released.

“I don’t think the president has any problem with it,” Sanders said on NBC News's "Today" when asked about Trump supporting the release of the report. 


“He has been the most transparent, accessible president we’ve seen in modern history … He knows exactly what did and didn’t happen.”

"I think the president is doing exactly what he should, and that’s leaving that decision into the hands of the attorney general, and we’ll see what decision he makes on that front,” she added. 

Attorney General William Barr sent a letter to Congress on Sunday summarizing the top-level findings of Mueller's probe.

His letter said the special counsel's investigation did not uncover evidence that the Trump campaign conspired or coordinated with the Russian government to interfere in the 2016 election.

While Mueller's team did not reach a conclusion on whether or not Trump obstructed justice while in the presidency, Barr said he and Deputy Attorney General Rod RosensteinRod Jay RosensteinKellyanne Conway: Mueller didn't need to use the word 'exoneration' in report Impeachment? Not so fast without missing element of criminal intent Collins: Mueller report includes 'an unflattering portrayal' of Trump MORE decided not to pursue an obstruction charge after reviewing the special counsel's findings.

Barr wrote that Mueller said that "while this report does not conclude that the president committed a crime, it also does not exonerate him.”

Sanders on Monday also defended the White House’s position that the report was a “total exoneration” despite the lack of a conclusion on obstruction.

“It is complete and total exoneration because the special counsel couldn’t make a decision one way or another, the way the process works is they then leave that up to the attorney general," she said. "The attorney general and the deputy attorney general went through and based their decision on Mueller’s investigation."

In the wake of Barr's letter, many have reenergized their calls for the full report to be released.

Last week, the House voted 420 to 0 to demand the report be publicized.