Rudy Giuliani said President Trump’s legal team should be given the chance to “correct” Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation before it’s released to Congress or the public, The Hill reported Friday. “As a matter of fairness, they should show it to you—so we can correct it if they’re wrong,” the site says the Trump lawyer said in an interview late Thursday. “They’re not God, after all. They could be wrong.” He added that “Of course we have to see [the report] before it goes to Congress. We have reserved executive privilege and we have a right to assert it. The only way we can assert it is if we see what is in the report.” Giuliani also reportedly dismissed the revelation that Michael Cohen will testify in front of the House Oversight and Reform Committee with a sarcastic “Big deal!” and minimized the importance of the allegation that former Trump campaign Chairman Paul Manafort shared polling data with a Russian protégé with alleged intel-agency ties. “Should he have done it? No. But there’s nothing criminal about it,” Giuliani said.