The White House is preparing to release both the whistleblower and the appellant's report that prompted the House Democrats to announce a formal inquiry, Politico reports. A White House source with knowledge of the president's thinking confirmed to The Daily Beast that the plan is to release that information to Congress this week. The president reportedly resigned on the move, hours after he announced Tuesday that he would authorize the release of a printout of a conversation he had with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. The whistleblower complaint allegedly involves a "promise" made between Trump and Zelensky, along with other actions, involving Trump asking the country to investigate allegations of corruption against former Vice President Joe Biden and his son ahead of the 2020 election. Trump has since admitted to having asked the country to investigate Bidens and withhold assistance from Ukraine, which he allegedly did just days before his conversation with Zelensky.