Sean Hannity asks Comey to come on Fox News after Twitter rant about Russia and Hillary Clinton
Sean Hannity (Fox News)

Fox News host Sean Hannity on Saturday asked former FBI director James Comey to come on his program after the firing of Andrew McCabe.

Following a Twitter rant in which Hannity lobbed a number of questions at Comey, the conservative pundit invited him on his Fox News television and radio programs.

McCabe was the FBI's deputy under Comey. Both former FBI officials are believed to be key witnesses in Robert Mueller's Russia probe.

Comey said earlier in the day that the American public would hear his story "very soon."