washington - One month after President Trump sent him off the lane, ex-FBI director James Comey could say. He will appear on a public hearing on Thursday at the Senate Intelligence Commission.
The US president claimed that Comey did not do his job as head of federal investigation. That motivation was controversial because the head of the FBI was in charge of investigating possible Russian interference in the presidential elections. He investigated, among other things, whether Trump's confidants have co-merged with Moscow to influence the outcome of the poll.
American media writes that Comey will prepare himself during the session. He certainly thinks about a part of Trump's resignation letter. Who wrote that Comey had promised him that he was 'no subject of research'. That's what the FBI Director, in turn, interprets definitely differently.
What is also being addressed is Trumps alleged request to the FBI to quit the investigation of former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn. He had contacts with Russians but opposed vice president Pence.
The Republican Comey was named President of the FBI in 2013 by President Obama.