President Donald Trump says he would "100 percent" be willing to testify under oath that he did not ask former FBI Director James Comey to pledge his loyalty or to end the FBI's investigation into former national security advisor Michael Flynn.

During his testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee on Thursday, Comey testified that Trump asked him for his loyalty and asked him to end the Flynn probe.

"No, I didn't say that," Trump said at a press conference at the White House on Friday.

When asked if he would testify under oath with special counsel Robert Mueller, Trump confirmed he would.

"100 percent ... I would be glad to tell him exactly what I told you,” Trump said.



On "Shepard Smith Reporting," Chris Wallace pointed out that Trump has a very tough lawyer, Marc Kasowitz, who might not want that testimony to happen.

"My guess is before that happens - and it may happen eventually - Mr. Kasowitz will step in and try to make that something that happens at the end and not at the beginning," Wallace said.

He said that Comey's testimony may result in some political damage for the president, but he believes it was actually a pretty good day for him in a legal sense.

Wallace pointed out that Comey confirmed Trump was never the target of any FBI investigation, and he didn't accuse him of any obstruction of justice.

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