Former Trump campaign adviser George Papadopoulos said Friday he believes there was government misconduct in the handling of his case, and he wants to testify publicly.

Papadopoulos testified in a closed-door meeting with House lawmakers Thursday, and said some things he learned during that meeting has caused him to consider withdrawing an agreement he made with the U.S. government.

“I believe there was tremendous misconduct on the government's behalf regarding my case,” Papadopoulos told "Fox & Friends" Friday morning. “And given certain information I learned yesterday, that I can't publicly disclose right now, I'm actually even considering withdrawing my agreement I have come to with the government.”

Papadopoulos said that if he decided to fight the government on his charges, it would mostly be because he doesn’t want other Americans who could join a presidential campaign to go through what he has.

The former Trump aide maintains that he did not collude with Russia and had no involvement or contact with the Kremlin.

“I have absolutely no Russia connections whatsoever,” Papadopoulos said. “Unless you consider think tanks analysts in Russia a connection, that I’ve never met, only through email.”

He added that the attacks against him seem to be politically motivated because of his contacts in Israel, and that he believes he was framed by “western intelligence” so there would be someone to blame for the inception of Russian connections to the Trump campaign.

“I definitely still want to testify publicly,” Papadopoulos said. “I want to use this experience as part of my patriotic duty to really give back to this country, to expose corruption, and to ensure that nothing like this ever happens again to an American citizen.”