Longtime Trump associate Roger Stone has taken multiple polygraph tests on issues within the scope of special counsel Robert Mueller’s ongoing Russia probe, according to a new report.

Stone took two polygraph tests of his own volition last month, according to Stone’s legal team. His legal team, who paid for the tests, claims the results indicate indicate that Stone will breeze through answering any questions he may be asked by Mueller, ABC News reports.

"I suggested a polygraph in order to pin down the veracity of Roger's positions on the investigation by the special counsel with regard to Julian Assange and Wikileaks," said Stone's attorney Bruce Rogow, per ABC News. "I have great confidence in the polygraph examiner to whom I sent Mr. Stone."

As part of the polygraph test, Stone fielded questions regarding whether he communicated with WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange and whether he talked about information WikiLeaks had stolen.

Stone appeared to anticipate the publication of stolen documents on the WikiLeaks website, which publicly published stolen emails from Democratic officials during the 2016 campaign.

As a result, Stone’s dealings during the 2016 election are being examined by investigators, although he has rejected knowing in advance about the release of Hillary Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta’s emails, claiming his prediction that Podesta and his brother’s “time in the barrel” were based off his own observations.

Although Mueller has asked other witnesses about Stone’s actions and is looking at Stone’s finances, Rogow said that Mueller has not been in touch with Stone.

The U.S. intelligence community determined with "high confidence" last year that WikiLeaks was used to published information to help elect President Trump, although WikiLeaks has denied that this was the case.

Mueller is examining Russian interference and whether the Trump campaign colluded with the Kremlin during the 2016 election.