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UPDATE with more details: It has only been 13 months since the US. House of Representatives voted to impeach President Donald Trump due to abuse of power in the Ukraine telephone scandal and the Russia investigation. He was acquitted in a senate trial weeks later. Not that there has been much news here or around the world since then, but the Democrat-controlled House will meet on Wednesday to vote on a new article of impeachment against POTUS 45.
This time, the House is voting to impeach Trump on the grounds of “inciting insurgency” for his role in last week’s attack on the Capitol. It would be the first time that a US president has been impeached twice. If convicted by the Senate, Trump could be banned from serving in public office.
House Democrats Introduce Article of Impeachment Against Donald Trump
Many news outlets have not provided details of their coverage plans for Wednesday, but here’s what we know:
You can watch a live stream on Deadline here. Check it out above.
CNN is removing its paywall for a free live stream from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. ET, so the hearing can be viewed for free on its website and app. CBS News also offers a live stream on its digital outlets and on YouTube.
ABC News will also break into broadcasters with special messages; are plans to go live again once the two-hour discussion begins. NBC News has co-anchor Lester Holt and Savannah Guthrie, with Chuck Todd, Kasie Hunt, Kristen Welker, Andrea Mitchell, Hallie Jackson and Pete Williams.
Cable news networks Fox News Channel and MSNBC are also expected to go live with their coverage on TV, the web and their apps. Social network outlets, including Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube, also provide live coverage. NBC News coverage will begin at 9:30 a.m. ET with Lester Holt and Savannah Guthrie set to drop anchor. They will be joined by Chuck Todd, Kasie Hunt, Kristen Welker, Andrea Mitchell, Hallie Jackson and Pete Williams.
Elsewhere, PBS NewsHour will air The second Accusation from President Trump, a PBS NewsHour Special from 9 a.m.ET, including live coverage of the proceedings. Editor-in-Chief Judy Woodruff will anchor programming with contributions from White House correspondent Yamiche Alcindor, Capitol Hill correspondent Lisa Desjardins and guests. Coverage extends to PBS NewsHour‘s digital and social platforms.
C-SPAN will also be broadcast live on TV, radio and its website. You can watch the livestream above.
We will update this post as we hear from other networks.