Former FBI Director James Comey is reportedly upset that neither the attorney general or deputy attorney general discussed their concerns about him before he was fired last month, according to a report Friday evening.

ABC News reported sources close to Comey said that at no point during the months of discussion over his impending termination, was he informed of any concerns the top justice officials had with his leadership.

Before officially joining the Justice Department, Rod Rosenstein met with President Trump to discuss his concerns regarding Comey's leadership decisions.

Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein never discussed their feeling of unease over what Rosenstein's letter to Comey calls indefensible handling of the investigation into Hillary Clinton's private email server, the sources said.

According to report, one source said that Comey was "angry" and wants everyone to understand the lack of communication is the reason.

Comey is set to testify before the Senate Intelligence Community on Thursday where he will have the opportunity to tell his side of the story.