Comey, who was subpoenaed, spoke to the GOP-led House judiciary and oversight and government reform committees for almost seven hours behind closed doors, later telling reporters that they were "talking again about Hillary Clinton's emails, for heaven's sakes".
"We could have done this in open setting", he said. Following his testimony, Comey said he would return to answer more questions on December 17.
Democrats, who will also attend the interview, have said the GOP investigation is merely a way to distract from and undermine Mueller's Russian Federation probe.
In October 2017, House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte (R-VA) and House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chairman Trey Gowdy (R-SC) announced a joint investigation into decisions made by the agencies in 2016.
"Mr. Comey is the right witness, but here for the wrong questions", Krishnamoorthi said outside the hearing room, according to USA Today.
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Democrats say they will scrutinize Trump's attacks on the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Justice Department when they assume control of the House in January.
Comey has appeared before lawmakers on Capitol Hill to answer questions-both publicly and privately-at least five times since 2016.
Republican lawmakers maintain that anti-Trump bias among senior officials resulted in the FBI focusing more on its probe into the Trump campaign's links to Russian Federation and less on its investigation into Democratic candidate Clinton's private email server. Fittingly, a GOP member of the committee spoke to the media afterwards about how Comey wouldn't answer questions, at the direction of legal counsel. Democrats and Comey rebuked that claim, instead saying there were only a handful of questions that he could not answer because of ongoing criminal investigations.
Nadler will become judiciary committee chair once the Democrats take over the House in January, and he had a straight answer as to what will become of the congressional investigation.
"Don't do it in a dark corner and don't do it in a way where all you do is leak information", said Comey's attorney, David Kelley. The panel, per his request, will release a transcript of the interview to the public, and he can explain his answers for himself.
The committees are due to produce a transcript within the next 24 hours of the day-long meeting, which will shed light on specifically what was discussed and the manner in which the session was conducted. But it also found there was no evidence that Comey's or the department's final conclusions were motivated by political bias toward either candidate.