For the first time since he was fired as FBI director, James Comey will testify before a congressional committee about Russian interference in November's presidential election and whether or not the current administration attempted to obstruct justice.

With Comey's testimony right around the corner, the White House is planning to attack the former FBI director's credibility, with Kellyanne Conway stating, “The last time he testified under oath, the FBI had to scurry to correct the testimony."

This is not the first time the White House has attempted to distract the public while they were under heat.

In March, when it was revealed that the FBI was looking into Russian interference in U.S. politics, Donald Trump claimed that President Obama had wiretapped Trump during his campaign. When Comey denied the allegations, Trump, as expected, took to Twitter and called Comey's credibility into question.

What will Comey's testimony include?

Before James Comey was conveniently fired, he was leading an investigation into collusion between the Donald Trump campaign and the Russian government during the 2016 #election.

While this investigation continues to develop, the Senate Intelligence Committee is expected to ask questions concerning whether or not Donald Trump interfered in an ongoing FBI investigation by firing James Comey and meeting with him about the investigation prior to firing him.

Although Comey was fired in March, the investigation into the Russian-Trump ties continues under new leadership in the FBI. Sources say that Comey has been briefed by counsel on what details he can and cannot discuss before the committee about the investigation.

What did Trump allegedly do?

It all starts with the 2016 U.S. presidential campaign.

During the election season, Russian media outlets were overtly supporting Donald Trump over Hillary Clinton. That, coupled with the fact that Kremlin officials seemed to be celebrating Trump's win this past November, calls Trump's relationship with Russia into question.

Towards the end of President Obama's second term in office.

the FBI secretly started an investigation into possible Russian interference in the US election. In February, Michael Flynn resigned as national security adviser amid rumors of his connections to the Kremlin.

Last month, James Comey released a memo that he wrote the day after he met with President Trump in February. According to the memo, Trump encouraged Comey to "let this go," referring to suspicion amounting against Michael Flynn.

If what Comey wrote truly happened, it may prove that Donald Trump did indeed attempt to tamper with an ongoing FBI investigation.

James Comey will testify before the committee on Thursday morning at 10 a.m. ET.