The feud between Donald Trump and James Comey is far from over! In fact, the U.S. president said he is willing to testify under oath to disprove the claims of the former FBI director. The appointee of George W. Bush recently gave his statement on the alleged reason why the POTUS has decided to fire him in the midst of FBI's investigation of Russia's interference during the 2016 presidential elections.

'An effort to obstruct'

Speaking before the Senate Intelligence Committee, the fired FBI chief said his private meetings with Donald Trump were "disturbing" and "concerning." James Comey was referring to his one-on-one interactions the U.S.

president, wherein the leader allegedly asked him to pledge his loyalty and drop the the investigation into Michael Flynn's alleged involvement in Russia's election meddling.

The POTUS, on the other hand, is not backing down and promised to counter the ex-chief's allegations about him. Donald Trump guaranteed his administration "will come out bigger and better and stronger than ever" when they disprove the former Fbi Director's claims.

"James Comey confirmed a lot of what I said, and some of the things he said just weren't true," the leader said on Thursday. "No collusion, no obstruction, he's a leaker."

'I hardly know the man'

Donald Trump stated that it "does not make sense" to ask the director for his loyalty given that he barely knew him.

The U.S. leader denied he pressured the then-FBI chief to pledge his allegiance. This is contrary to what the director claimed. "James Comey better hope that there are no "tapes" of our conversations before he starts leaking to the press," the POTUS wrote on social media.

The fired FBI boss, on the other hand, might just hope that his one-on-one meetings with the president were recorded to fortify his claims.

When the president was asked if these tapes exist, Donald Trump said he will reveal the truth some other time.

It was also revealed that the president's legal team is planning to file a complaint against the former FBI director for disclosing his memos to the media. In fact, Donald Trump's attorney, Marc Kasowitz, noted James Comey personally admitted that his act was "unauthorized disclosures of privileged communications with the president."

Aside from this, the president's legal team will also file a complaint against James Comey for his testimonies before the Senate's judiciary and intelligence committees.