A star-studded cast broke down evidence President Trump obstructed justice laid out in special counsel Robert MuellerRobert (Bob) MuellerSenate Democrats urge Garland not to fight court order to release Trump obstruction memo Why a special counsel is guaranteed if Biden chooses Yates, Cuomo or Jones as AG Barr taps attorney investigating Russia probe origins as special counsel MORE's report as part of a short video released Thursday by NowThis.
During the five minute and 37 second video, actors take turns discussing the various allegations of obstruction of justice committed by Trump during his 2016 campaign and time in the Oval Office.
The video features frequent Trump critics, like Queer Eye's Jonathan Van Ness and Star Trek's George Takei, as well as Robert De Niro who's played Mueller in several Saturday Night Live Skits and Martin Sheen, famous for playing the West Wing's President Josiah Bartlet.
"(Russia) interfered in the presidential election in sweeping and systematic fashion," Sheen said.
The stars go beyond laying out Mueller's report – which Takei said contains "most damning evidence ever compiled against a sitting U.S. president" – claiming the Trump administration framed the roll-out of the report to sway public opinion.
"Before the report was even released Trump's Attorney General William BarrBill BarrBannon's subpoena snub sets up big decision for Biden DOJ Five takeaways: Report details Trump's election pressure campaign Biden slips further back to failed China policies MORE lied about its contents," Sheen said.
Barr released a summary of the report before the entire of the more than 400-page report was available to the public. Mueller later sent to a letter to Barr expressing that he was frustrated over the lack of context in Barr's summary.
“Trump was more than happy to echo that propaganda," Takei said.
Trump has repeatedly claimed the Mueller report was a "total exoneration," despite Mueller claiming that if his team had been confident the president did not commit a crime, they would have said so.
The video also features Christine Lahti, Laurence Fishburne, Sophia Bush, Stephen King, Rob Reiner, Rosie Perez and Kendrick Sampson.
The stars talk through Mueller's findings and allegations reported throughout the 400-page document.
"All this is in the report, please just read it for yourself," Sheen said.