Michael Cohen will be in Washington this week, appearing before three congressional committees to spill the beans on his former client, President Trump.

Cohen’s public testimony on Wednesday before the House Oversight Committee won’t touch on certain subjects that remain under investigation by special counsel Robert Mueller’s team.

Democrats plan to publicly question Cohen about Trump’s business interests, compliance with tax laws and a pair of hush-money payments to women during the 2016 campaign.

Lawmakers also plan to question Cohen about “the accuracy of the President’s public statements” and “public efforts by the President and his attorney to intimidate Mr. Cohen or others not to testify,” The Washington Post reported.