San Francisco, CA — On July 30, 2019, days after Special Counsel Robert Mueller testified in front of the House Judiciary and Intelligence Committees, Need to Impeach launched “What Mueller said,” a new six-figure ad campaign featuring some of the most shocking moments of the exchange between the Special Counsel and members of Congress.

The 30-second ad highlights Mueller’s confirmations of Donald Trump’s criminal offenses such as obstruction of justice, and his attempts to cover up his campaign’s lies about the dangerous, un-American, and impeachable interactions with Russian nationals to benefit his campaign.

The ad ran on CNN and MSNBC nationally before and after the Tuesday and Wednesday Democratic Presidential Debates. The ad will also be featured in digital channels during and after the debate. The six-figure ad campaign is part of a half-a-million-dollar public education push Need to Impeach is launching in August.

“Need to Impeach will not stand by while Donald Trump blatantly lies to the American people. Mueller did not exonerate Donald Trump, his investigation resulted in 37 indictments, 7 guilty pleas, over 100 secret meetings with Russia, and 10 instances of obstruction of justice. As much as this President and his Administration attempt to cover up the facts, with this ad we are ensuring that Americans hear the facts directly from Mueller.” said Need to Impeach Executive Director Nathaly Arriola.

Kevin Mack, Lead strategist for Need to Impeach said,
“When we launched this movement in October of 2017, Donald Trump had already passed the impeachment threshold. Robert Mueller confirmed it, and Congress is finally taking action. Millions of Americans are making it clear, no one is above the law. Especially not Donald Trump.”

In the last two years, Need to Impeach has spent over $74 million dollars to raise the voices of people across the country who were angered by Trump’s corruption and impeachable offenses.

Here is the full script:
Chairman Nadler: “What about total exoneration? Did you actually totally exonerate the president.”
Special Counsel Mueller: “No.”

Rep. Demmings: “Isn’t it fair to say that the president’s written answers … showed that he wasn’t always being truthful?”
Special Counsel Mueller: “Generally.”

Rep. Buck: You believe that you could charge the president of the United States with obstruction of justice after he left office?”
Special Counsel Mueller: “Yes.”

Chairman Schiff: “The campaign welcomed the Russian help, did they not?”
Special Counsel Mueller: “Yes.”
Chairman Schiff: “And then they lied to cover it up.”
Special Counsel Mueller: “Generally, that’s true.”