White House communications director Hope Hicks was warned by FBI officials earlier this year that Russian operatives had tried to contact her during the presidential transition, according to a report Friday.

FBI counterintelligence officials met with Hicks at least twice, describing the attempted outreach, the New York Times reported.

The report said that there doesn't appear to be evidence that Hicks, who also worked for Trump's campaign, did anything wrong.

A lawyers for Hicks declined to comment.

The Times also reported that Hicks met with special counsel Robert Mueller's team this week.

She was interviewed Thursday and Friday as part of the investigation into Russian efforts to meddle in the 2016 election. The report notes that it is not known whether Russia's attempts to contact Hicks over email were discussed during those interviews.