The big takeaways from the New York Times story on Trump’s fury over the investigation.

President Donald Trump enlisted the White House counsel to try to stop Attorney General Jeff Sessions from recusing himself from the Russia investigation, according to a New York Times report that is likely to fuel questions as to whether the president attempted to obstruct justice in the probe.

Mike Schmidt of the Times describes the president’s fury over what he saw as the attorney general’s failure to shield him and recounts how Trump’s aides tried to keep the president from acting out as the FBI and Justice Department probe gained traction last year.

The report also offers new details surrounding the firing of FBI Director James Comey, which special counsel Robert Mueller is reportedly examining for possible obstruction of justice by the president. These new details will likely add even more fuel to that investigation.

Here are the key revelations from the report, which span a two-month period leading up to the appointment of special counsel Mueller: