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In analyzing the President's direction to McGahn to have the Special Counsel removed, the following evidence is relevant to the elements of obstruction of justice: a. Obstructive act. As with the President's firing of Corney, the attempt to remove the Special Counsel would qualify as an obstructive act... show more In analyzing the President's direction to McGahn to have the Special Counsel removed,
the following evidence is relevant to the elements of obstruction of justice:
a. Obstructive act. As with the President's firing of Corney, the attempt to remove
the Special Counsel would qualify as an obstructive act if it would naturally obstruct the
592 McGahn 2/28/19 302, at 3-4; Donaldson 4/2/18 302, at 4-5. Donaldson said she believed
McGahn consciously did not share details with her because he did not want to drag her into the
investigation. Donaldson 4/2/18 302, at 5; see McGahn 2/28/ 19 302, at 3 .
593 Donaldson 4/2/18 302, at 5.
594 McGahn 12/ 14/17 302, at IO; Call Records of Don McGahn; McGahn 2/28/ 19 302, at 3-4;
Priebus 4/3/ 18 302, at 6-7.
595 McGahn 2/28/19 302, at 4. Priebus and Bannon confirmed that McGahn did not tell them the
specific details of the President's request. Priebus 4/3/18 302, at 7; Bannon 2/14/18 302, at 10.
596 Priebus 4/3/ 18 3 02, at 7.
597 McGahn 3/8/18 302, at 3; McGahn 2/28/19 302, at 3-4.
598 McGahn 3/8/18 302, at 3.
599 Christie 2/13/ I 9 302, at 7. Christie did not recall the precise date of this call, but believed it was
after Christopher Wray was announced as the nominee to be the new FBI director, which was on June 7,
2017. Christie 2/13/19 302, at 7. Telephone records show that the President called Christie twice after that
time period, on July 4, 2017, and July 14, 2017. Call Records of Chris Christie.
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