Comey agrees to closed door interview

Comey makes deal over House subpoena, backs off legal fight

James Comey agrees to testify before House on condition it be made public afterward

Comey wrote Sunday on Twitter that he was "grateful for a fair hearing from judge".

"I think Jim Comey has done the right thing here", Figliuzzi said.

In a three-paragraph joint court filing Sunday, Comey's lawyers also withdrew his request to a federal judge to quash the subpoena to testify before the House judiciary and oversight committees, writing, "Mr. Comey appreciates the Court's attention to the above-captioned matter, but has now reached an acceptable accommodation with U.S. House of Representatives Committee on the Judiciary for voluntary testimony".

The committee's chairman, Rep.

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Comey will answer questions about his handling of the FBI's investigation into former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server and the agency's investigation into Russia's meddling in the 2016 general election.

"Mr. Comey will join us for a closed-door transcribed interview later this week".

'I have just offered to Director Comey that the Committees will publicly release the transcript of his testimony following the interview for our investigation.

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Figliuzzi noted the dozen of inquiries into Comey's actions, from an IG investigation, to sworn testimony, to Comey's tell-all book. And it says he was "personally involved" with the Russian Federation probe and "signed off" on the surveillance warrant for Trump advisor Carter Page, who came under scrutiny for his Russian Federation ties during the campaign.

Mr Comey, who was sacked by the president a year ago, had tried to quash the subpoena ordering him to answer questions in private.

McFadden in court Friday noted House lawyers had cited a 1975 Supreme Court ruling, which invoked the speech or debate clause of the Constitution, granting members of Congress immunity from civil suits, or arrest, while performing their duties. Bob Goodlatte, decried Comey's use of "baseless litigation" and called it an "attempt to run out the clock on this Congress", a reference to the few weeks left before Democrats take control.

Early on Sunday, two days after Comey's attorney conceded in court that no federal trial judge had ever batted down a House subpoena, the former Federal Bureau of Investigations chief - who was sacked by President Donald Trump in 2017 - withdrew his request.

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