At noon on January 20, 2021, Donald Trump will cease to be President of the United States, unless you hear him tell it.

Trump continues to insist that he won the election – he didn’t – and has been continuously placing pressure on state and federal officials to overturn the results of the election and declare him the winner. On Sunday, The Washington Post published audio and analysis of an outrageous phone call by Trump to Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, in which Trump spent an hour spouting conspiracy theories and pressuring the Georgia official to use his power to reverse the results of Joe Biden’s win in Georgia.

In addition to being a blatant attack on our democracy, many have speculated that Trump’s call was also criminal. In fact, Trump may have violated a number of federal and state laws, which is impressive for one call.

Here are five ways President Trump may have committed criminal offenses during the call.