“McGahn decided he had to resign,” the report continues. “He called his personal lawyer and then called his chief of staff, Annie Donaldson, to inform her of his decision. He then drove to the office to pack his belongings and submit his resignation letter.”

“Donaldson recalled that McGahn told her the President had called and demanded he contact the Department of Justice and that the President wanted him to do something that McGahn did not want to do. McGahn told Donaldson that the President had called at least twice and in one of the calls asked ‘have you done it?'”

“That evening, McGahn called both [chief of staff Reince] Priebus and [Steve] Bannon and told them that he intended to resign.”

“Priebus recalled that McGahn said that the President had asked him to ‘do crazy [sh#$],’ but he thought McGahn did not tell him the specifics of the President’s request because McGahn was trying to protect Priebus from what he did not need to know.”