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Tech & Science How to watch Trump's historic impeachment trial in the Senate

18:06  21 january  2020
18:06  21 january  2020 Source:   businessinsider.com.au

A Step-by-Step Guide to Trump’s Impeachment Trial

  A Step-by-Step Guide to Trump’s Impeachment Trial The House intends to vote this week to send its articles of impeachment against President Trump to the Senate, prompting only the third impeachment trial of a president in American history. The vote will put to rest nearly a month of uncertainty over when a trial might begin and quickly turn over to the Senate a historic debate over whether Mr. Trump committed what the Constitution describes as “high crimes and misdemeanors.

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At 12 p.m. Eastern, the House impeachment managers will walk across the Capitol to the Senate side for the exhibition of the articles. House Intelligence

a group of people sitting in chairs in front of a crowd: Reporters at the Capitol want more cameras in the Senate to cover the impeachment trial and fewer restrictions to talk to senators when they are not sitting in judgment of the president. Reporters at the Capitol want more cameras in the Senate to cover the impeachment trial and fewer restrictions to talk to senators when they are not sitting in judgment of the president.
  • On Tuesday, January 21, arguments in the historic impeachment trial of President Donald Trump will begin in earnest in the US Senate.
  • Republican Senate leadership has been sharply criticised for the burdensome restrictions it set on press access to the trial.
  • C-SPAN and TV networks will be barred from bringing their own cameras into the Senate chamber, meaning those networks will rely on the Senate's feed.
  • While the trial is set to be broadcast on those major cable and broadcast networks, there are also multiple ways to watch it without a cable subscription or log-in.
  • Using the Senate feed, C-SPAN is set to air the trial and live-stream it online. And at least one cable network, CNN, will be live streaming the trial online without requiring a cable log-in.
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On Tuesday, January 21, the historic impeachment trial of President Donald Trump will begin in earnest in the US Senate.

Trump trial likely to begin next Tuesday: Senate chief

  Trump trial likely to begin next Tuesday: Senate chief The Senate impeachment trial of US President Donald Trump is likely to begin in one week's time while key players in the process could be sworn in later this week, Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Tuesday. McConnell said he expected the House of Representatives to send the articles of impeachment through to the upper chamber on Wednesday.

In the coming weeks, the senators will decide whether Mr Trump should be removed from office over charges brought by the House of Representatives. Justice Roberts asked the senators , "Do you solemnly swear that in all things appertaining to the trial of the impeachment of Donald John Trump

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Senators will debate and vote on the trial's rules on Tuesday, and opening arguments are set to begin on Wednesday afternoon.

Seven House impeachment managers will spend two days presenting their opening arguments in their case for convicting Trump on the two articles of impeachment that the House passed in December.

No tweeting: Senators have to keep quiet, stay off iPhones, and remain seated during Trump's impeachment trial

  No tweeting: Senators have to keep quiet, stay off iPhones, and remain seated during Trump's impeachment trial Senators will not be permitted to use iPhones and will have to keep quiet during President Donald Trump's impeachment trial, according to "decorum guidelines" sent out on Wednesday.They are not allowed to use their iPhones, they have to keep quiet, and they must remain seated during the process.

President Trump ' s legal team released a new brief outlining its defense strategy ahead of the Senate ' s historic trial . They claim he did "absolutely nothing

US President Donald Trump ' s historic impeachment trial begins in earnest Tuesday in the Senate , with Democrats calling for his removal from office and Republicans determined The articles state that Trump tried to pressure Ukraine into interfering in the 2020 election to help him win, and then he tried

Then, Trump's defence team, led by White House counsel Pat Cipollone and Trump's personal attorney Jay Sekulow, will present opening arguments in his defence. After four marathon days of opening arguments, Senators will vote on whether to call additional witnesses to testify.

Republican Senate leadership has been sharply criticised for the burdensome restrictions it set on press access to the trial.

They include drastically limiting reporters' access to interview Senators and barring C-SPAN and other major networks from broadcasting the trial with their own cameras, meaning they will have to rely on the Senate's own feed within the chamber.

How to watch:

C-SPAN and TV networks will rely on the Senate's live feed of the trial filmed with Congress' own cameras, which are operated by US Senate employees who will control what the public does and does not see.

While the trial is set to be broadcast on those major cable and broadcast networks, there are also multiple ways to watch it without a cable subscription or log-in.

How Trump Has Kept Solid GOP Support Through Impeachment

  How Trump Has Kept Solid GOP Support Through Impeachment The unity is the byproduct not only of a White House charm offensive, but more broadly the president’s powers of persuasion and his raw political power over the party, fueled by an intensely loyal base of GOP voters . As has been the case since Mr. Trump ascended to the GOP throne, Republicans who dared step out of line faced his Twitter outrage, meeting the wrath of the president’s base.The stark tribalism has led those who want long-term futures in the party to get in line behind the president and those who have had enough to retire quietly without risking a noisy and disruptive exit.

Asked whether Mr. Trump was planning to watch any of the impeachment trial , Stephanie Grisham, the White House press secretary, said: “He has a full day here in Davos, but will If no witnesses are called, the Senate would move quickly to deliberation and a final vote on the articles of impeachment .

Viewers can watch the Senate Impeachment trial of President Donald Trump on C-SPAN or stream it live on YouTube via PBS NewsHour' s channel. Senate will begin debating ground rules for the trial at 1:00 p.m. ET on Tuesday.

C-SPAN will show the trial on the air and live-stream it for free without requiring a cable login at cspan.org.

CNN will be live-streaming the entire trial on CNN.com and won't require a cable subscription or login, a publicist for the network told Insider.

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There's something else at stake in Trump impeachment: control of U.S. Senate .
There's something else at stake in Trump impeachment: control of U.S. SenateFor the handful of senators who face tough re-election battles this year, their vote to acquit or convict Trump, or even to call witnesses in the trial, could loom large when voters consider whether to give them another six-year term, analysts said.

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