WASHINGTON, DC — FBI Director James Comey will appear in front of the House Intelligence Committee Monday where he is expected to face tough questions about the alleged Russian interference in the 2016 election and possible contacts between the Russians and members of the Trump campaign.

The hearing also comes in the aftermath of President Trump's claim that his predecessor wiretapped Trump Tower during the campaign. Members of the intelligence committee have publicly rebuked those claims. Among those that have publicly said the wiretapping accusation is false was Rep. Devin Nunes, a California Republican and chairman of the House Intelligence Committee. Nunes said the committee does not have any evidence that there was an actual wiretap, but he did say that he was concerned Trump's associates may have been surveilled in other ways and that their names were leaked to the press. Members of the Senate Intelligence Committee have also said they have seen no evidence to support the wiretapping claim.

Along with Comey, Adm. Mike Rogers, director of the NSA, will also appear before the committee. The hearing starts at 10 a.m. and has a tentative end time of 1 p.m., according to information provided by the House Intelligence Committee.