Comey to Testify Publicly About Trump Confrontations

Ousted FBI Director James Comey may testify publicly as early as next week in the Senate Intelligence Committee, addressing bombshell accusations about his interactions with President Trump, including whether or not the commander-in-chief asked him to end a probe into an aide’s ties to Russia. The details about the hearing are still being set, according to CNN, but Comey has reportedly spoken in private with Special Counsel Robert Mueller to hammer out the parameters of the testimony. The two will likely sit down after the public testimony for a formal interview on the accusations.