Impeach Donald Trump’ billboard pops up on the San Francisco Bay Bridge

The California Courage Campaign commissioned an "Impeach Donald Trump" billboard on the San Francisco Bay Bridge. The east-facing video billboard will appear Sept. 25 through Oct. 1.  Photo: California Courage Campaign

Motorists on the Bay Bridge were greeted Monday morning by President Donald Trump’s face, along with the word “impeach” in all caps, according to reports from KTVU and NBC.

The east-facing video billboard that will remain on the bridge through October 1 was paid for by the California-based Courage campaign that’s asking Congress to start impeachment proceedings against the Trump.

In a statement, the campaign argues that Trump should be kicked out of the White House for “attempting to obstruct an investigation into potential wrongdoing by his presidential campaign, refusing to divest from his businesses, publicly supporting white supremacist violence in Charlottesville, and recent decisions to eliminate DACA protections for more than 800,000 young immigrants.”

The 1.4 million-member Courage Campaign is a progressive grassroots advocacy organization that has helped organize more than 60 small groups form. The campaign provides these groups with the tools and framework to get out their messages.

The billboard was paid for by member’s donations. President Donald Trump didn’t react to the billboard on Twitter on Monday morning.

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