Trump says '100 per cent' ready to testify under oath

When Trump was asked whether he himself would be willing to testify under oath, he said "100%".

In his testimony to Congress on Thursday, Mr Comey laid bare on Capitol Hill months of distrust of the president, asserting that Mr Trump had fired him to interfere with the probe of Russia's ties to the Trump campaign.

Karl specifically cited Comey's claim that Trump told him in the Oval Office that he "hoped" Comey could let the Flynn investigation go.

What Trump says: He was asked in a Fox News interview on 12 May if he asked Mr Comey for loyalty, and responded: "No, I didn't, but I don't think it would be a bad question to ask".

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During his almost two-and-a-half hours of testimony, Comey said Trump asked him for a pledge of loyalty, as well as urged him to "see a way out of" the FBI investigation into Flynn's conversations with Russia's ambassador. The former Federal Bureau of Investigation boss claimed otherwise, recalling that Trump said he hoped Comey could see to "letting Flynn go". "I'm not going to say I want you to pledge allegiance", Trump said.

Yesterday, Schumer also said he would like to clear up the matter of whether Trump does indeed have tapes of his conversations with Comey, as the president has suggested.

"Comey's admission that he is a leaker also raises serious legal questions", Sekulow also wrote later in his article.

"I didn't say that".

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Meanwhile, the House Intelligence Committee is formally asking the White House whether it possesses any "recordings or memoranda" of Trump's conversations with Comey.

Pressed on his statement in the White House Rose Garden, Trump said: 'I'll tell you about it over a short period of time.

They also sent a separate request to Trump's White House counsel, Don McGahn, for any record the administration had of their meetings. And even if President Trump did intend to say he'd testify under oath, you probably shouldn't hold your breath waiting for it to happen. But with multiple investigations into the Trump campaign's ties with Russian Federation still hanging over his Administration, the celebratory tweets and statements may be premature. But on Friday, Mr Trump struck back in an early-morning tweet.

Still, he maintained he had never asked Comey for a pledge of allegiance.

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While he spoke, many on Twitter expressed their incredulity over Trump's Comey claims.

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