Former FBI Director James Comey joked that his wife’s concerns were allayed after the FBI revealed that it was unable to corroborate President Trump’s claim that there are “100 pictures” of Comey “kissing and hugging” special counsel Robert Mueller.

“My wife is so relieved,” Comey tweeted Tuesday afternoon.

Earlier Tuesday, BuzzFeed News investigative reporter Jason Leopold revealed that the FBI responded to a Freedom of Information Act request he sent in September regarding Trump’s assertion that he had photos of Comey and Mueller embracing.

"We were unable to locate records responsive to your request," the FBI said in a letter to Leopold on Oct. 17. "Therefore, your request is being administratively closed."

Leopold posted the letter to Twitter on Tuesday, which pointed out that “Congress excluded three discrete categories of law enforcement and national security records from the requirements of the FOIA.”

Trump's comments about the photos were originally made during an interview with the Daily Caller, where he claimed Mueller, also a former FBI director, was Comey's "best friend."

Comey was fired from his post at the FBI in May 2017 by Trump. Mueller was also named special counsel of the federal Russia probe in May 2017 by Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein after Attorney General Jeff Sessions recused himself from the investigation.

The probe is examining Russian interference in the 2016 election and whether the Trump campaign colluded with the Kremlin.

Comey has been married to Patrice Failor since 1987.