With former FBI Director James Comey set to testify in Congress on Thursday, the White House is doing their best to push back. For Presidential Counsel Kellyanne Conway, she took it upon herself to sent out a few curious tweets as part of their defense.

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As the presidency of Donald Trump enters its sixth month, the media has continued to hold his feet to the fire. The scandal involving Russia and their alleged interference in the 2016 presidential election has heated up, with Trump denying any wrongdoing whenever he his pressed on the issue.

After James Comey was fired as director of the FBI last month, many wondered if he would be called to testify during the investigation into Russia since he was leading the charge prior to his termination. After Comey's opening statement was released on Wednesday, advisers to the president hit back, focusing on the media's reporting which they believe wasn't accurate. One person who spoke out against Comey and the media was Kellyanne Conway, who sent out a series of tweets on June 7.

Taking to her Twitter account on Wednesday, Kellyanne Conway defended Donald Trump and the White House from the Russian investigation and the upcoming testimony of James Comey.

"Four+ months of staff shakeup & palace intrigue stories that never happened," Conway tweeted out in a shot at media reports that Trump was going to make major changes to his staff. Conway also attached a link to an interview she did with Axios earlier in the day where she elaborated on the press and the hysteria surrounding the former host of "The Apprentice" and Russia.

"Comey’s Friends Were Wrong & Trump was Right: Comey admits he told @POTUS 3 times he was not under investigation," Kellyanne Conway tweeted out following the release of James Comey's opening statement. "THIS is CNN," Conway added in a follow-up tweet regarding a correction the network was forced to make when they reported that Comey was expected to refute the claim that Donald Trump was under investigation.

"Please make this a 'Breaking News' headline for the next 5 days," she wrote.

After re-tweeting an article from the right-wing Daily Caller, and then a reminder about what would have been the 70th birthday of New York Yankees legend Thurman Munson, Kellyanne Conway then posted her most random piece of the night. "At last. Hope for all," the former campaign manager tweeted out, while linking to an article about the latest DC comic book story arc involving Batman proposing to Catwoman.

Next up

While Kellyanne Conway decided to defend the president with an odd night of tweeting, all eyes will be focused on James Comey on Thursday. It's expected that Donald Trump will be live-tweeting the testimony, though only time will tell how it all plays out.