A woman who worked on President Donald Trump’s reelection campaign has said she was “pushed” to resign after the president accused her of trying to “bully” him.

In a letter sent on Wednesday, Ashley Judd said the president told her that if she stayed in the job, “I would have to resign as well.”

The New York Times first reported the letter, which was dated Wednesday, saying that Judd was the president’s first female campaign manager.

Judd said she did not feel pressured by Trump to resign, saying she was in the campaign to help Trump and her husband.

Judd, who served as the Trump campaign’s chief strategist in 2016, is not the only woman who has come under fire for her work on Trump’s campaign.

She is not alone.

Earlier this year, former Vice President Joe Biden told NBC News that his campaign manager, Beth Myers, was “out of control.”