The saga with former FBI director James Comey continues!
The recently fired FBI Director has stated that he is willing to testify on Capitol Hill but only if he is allowed to do it publicly.
According to mediate.com, James Comey recently rejected a call from the Senate Intelligence Committee to testify next Tuesday. However, Comey might just change his mind saying he is prepared to do the testimony but not behind the curtains.
James Comey’s testimony sometime next week would’ve reportedly been behind closed doors, but The New York Times reported that Comey is prepared to publicly testify.
The former FBI Director did not comment but he later rejected a call by the Senate Intelligence Committee on Tuesday to testify. One associate that is close to Comey said that James is ready to testify under one condition: to do so openly.
The former FBI head has avoided publicity, even though many leaks have been linked to individuals close to him reacting to different claims President Trump or his team members have made.
Specifically, as an answer to the President’s threatening post on Twitter regarding the tapes, a source close to James Comey said that he wishes there are tapes.
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