Former FBI Director James Comey was set to appear in front of the Senate Intelligence Committee Thursday for an official hearing. The much-anticipated testimony aimed to touch upon the possible collusion between Russia and the Trump campaign, Comey’s conversations with the president himself and the circumstances surrounding Comey’s firing.

When: 10 a.m. EST

Where: The Hart Senate Office Building in Washington, D.C.

Where To Watch: ABC, CBS, NBC, CNN and other major networks will all be carrying the hearing live. It can also be live streamed here on CNN. In addition, Twitter will be live streaming the event via Bloomberg’s @business account beginning at 9:30 a.m.

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What To Know: After Comey was fired May 9, reports emerged that President Donald Trump asked him to drop the probe into former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn. While Trump himself has denied the claims, it’s likely the committee will ask Comey about them directly. If Comey affirms the allegations that he told Trump he was not under investigation, the committee is likely to ask why such a “clear breach of protocol” occurred, according to Reuters.

GettyImages-677798864 James Comey testifies in Washington, D.C., May 3, 2017. Photo: Getty Images

“While the president has repeatedly expressed his view that General Flynn is a decent man who served and protected our country, the president has never asked Mr. Comey or anyone else to end any investigation, including any investigation involving General Flynn,” the administration said in a statement. “The president has the utmost respect for our law enforcement agencies and all investigations. This is not a truthful or accurate portrayal of the conversation between the president and Mr. Comey.”

The Washington Post reported in May that Trump asked officials to push back against an investigation by the FBI into collusion between the campaign and Russia. The Trump administration and Russia have both denied the intelligence agencies’ conclusions that they tried to influence the election in Trump’s favor, a topic the committee will probe during the hearing.

“If any of this is true, it would be an appalling and improper use of our intelligence professionals – an act that could erode the public’s confidence in our intelligence institutions,” said Sen. Mark Warner, a top Democrat on the committee, according to Reuters.

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The Committee was also set to ask Comey about what Trump personally told him in the months leading up to his firing. Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D- Cali.) indicated that Comey would be asked to produce the memos and notes from the time of his firing and said they could issue a subpoena for such documents.

Trump also said after Comey was fired that the former FBI director repeatedly told him he was not being directly investigated in relation to collusion to Russia, a claim the committee will likely ask Comey about during the hearing.

GettyImages-632412514 James Comey and President Donald Trump shake hands in the White House, Jan. 22, 2017. Photo: Getty Images