Five takeaways: Report details Trump’s election pressure campaign

A nearly 400-page report released by the Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday caps an eight-month investigation into former President Donald Trump’s efforts to pressure the Department of Justice (DOJ) to investigate his claims of election fraud.

The report details how DOJ officials repeatedly resisted Trump and other administration officials’ efforts focusing on many now-debunked theories.

The report is based on documents, emails and testimony from then-acting Attorney General Jeffrey A. Rosen, then-acting Deputy Attorney General Richard Donoghue, who threatened to resign amid pressure from Trump, and Byung Pak, who was ousted from his U.S. attorney role in Georgia following dissatisfaction from Trump.