James Comey, the former FBI director fired by President Donald Trump, and Adam Schiff (D-Calif.), Chair of the House Intelligence Committee, are both set to be interviewed by Fox News’ Chris Wallace this weekend, The Hill reports.
The California congressman and disgraced former FBI director will appear on Wallace’s “Fox News Sunday” to discuss impeachment, the recently-released Inspector General’s report, and more. Schiff had previously been interviewed by Wallace once before, back in April of this year, while Comey had been interviewed by Bret Baier in April of last year.
Comey was also set to appear on the morning show “Fox and Friends,” but his appearance was cancelled after the release of Inspector General Michael Horowitz’s report on misconduct by Comey’s FBI during the FISA application process in 2016.
Wallace is both one of the network’s most senior personalities and one of its most left-wing, having frequently criticized President Trump and the Republican Party. The president has also recently criticized Fox for its decisions to host Democrats and other left-wing guests, and has also been critical of Wallace in particular for the same reasons.