Former FBI Director James Comey, right, with his attorney, David Kelley, leaves Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., Monday after a second closed-door interview with two Republican-led committees investigating what they say was bias at the Justice Department before the 2016 presidential election.

Former FBI Director James Comey, right, with his attorney, David Kelley, leaves Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., Monday after a second closed-door interview with two Republican-led committees investigating what they say was bias at the Justice Department before the 2016 presidential election.