Anti-Trump members among Hollywood celebrities will present a 10-act livestream game of Mueller Report Monday night.
"The study: A search for the truth in ten actions" includes Annette Bening, Kevin Kline, John Lithgow, Ben McKenzie, Michael Shannon, Noah Emmerich, Justin Long, Jason Alexander, Gina Gershon, Wilson Cruz, Joel Gray, Kyra Sedgwick , Alfre Woodward, Piper Perabo, Zachary Quinto, Aidan Quinn and actress-turned liberal activist Alyssa Milano.
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Milan tweeted to the president himself and told Trump that he should align with a life stream of the event.
"We all know you haven't read the Mueller report. Think of this as the rock version," Milan wrote. "Our all-star cast will do all ten counts of your obstacle to justice!"
"The study" was written by Robert Schenkkan and will be streaming live Monday, June 24 at. ONE.
Law Works, the current sponsor, did not respond promptly when asked where the performance should take place.
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The game's website requests donations to "hold President Trump accountable". But Trump has repeatedly stated that Special Counsel Robert Mueller's report found "no cooperation" between his 2016 campaign and Russian operations.
Mueller's report was released in April and quoted more than 100 contacts between Russian operators and the Trump campaign, but found insufficient evidence to establish that a conspiracy took place. Mueller also noted that he was unable to determine whether or not Trump prevented justice during the investigation.
Milan recently launched its podcast "Sorry, not sorry" with 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden as a guest and expressed her support for the former Vice President. She has been a prominent member of the anti-Trump Hollywood who emerged as one of the best known celebrities involved in political activism.
Fox News & # 39; Andrew O & # 39; Reilly contributed to this report.