White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said on Sunday she isn't aware of any plans to fire special counsel Robert Muller or Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein.
"I'm not aware of any plans to make those movements," she said on ABC's "This Week."
But, she added, "We do have some real concerns with some of the activities and some of the scope that the investigation has gone."
President Donald Trump lashed out at Mueller and Rosenstein last week after the FBI raided the offices of his personal lawyer in New York, Michael Cohen, in part because of a referral from the special counsel.
Sanders repeated the administration claim that "there absolutely was no collusion with Russia, and that’s exactly what they’ve been investigating."
"Not only has the special counsel but a number of different congressional committees have been looking at this for over a year and come up with nothing," she said. "It really is getting time to move on, and I certainly think the American people would appreciate Congress and the rest of the country being able to focus on some of the things that really impact them."