Former FBI Director James Comey on Sunday dropped his challenge to a congressional subpoena issued by Republicans, telling a Washington, D.C., federal judge he’s reached an “acceptable accommodation” to voluntarily testify.

Comey is expected to sit for a voluntary interview with the House Judiciary Committee on Dec. 7, according to the agreement. Comey will receive a transcript of the interview when it is available and will be permitted to make some or all of the transcript public.

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