WASHINGTON, D.C. - Former FBI Director James Comey testified publicly under oath Thursday for the first time since he was abruptly fired by President Donald Trump last last month, telling the Senate Intelligence Committee that he was "stunned" by a conversation he had with Trump in the Oval Office.
Arkansas U.S. Senator Tom Cotton questioned Comey for about seven minutes.
The senator asked Comey if he believed the president was colluding with Russia during his campaign, Comey declined to answer in an unclassified setting.
“I’m not trying to suggest by my answer something nefarious," he added later.
Watch the attached web extra to hear more on what Sen. Cotton asked Comey.
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