Watch the President Trump Impeachment Hearings
Senators are expected to vote Wednesday to acquit President Donald Trump of two articles of impeachment – abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.
PBS NewsHour's special coverage is scheduled to begin at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, with the vote expected to begin at 4 p.m. Leading up to the vote, senators are expected to give speeches explaining their vote. Stream live coverage of the day's events in the video player below.
How to Watch
Date: Wednesday, February 5, 2020
Time: NewsHour's anchored coverage will begin at 3:30 p.m., with the Senate vote expected to take place at 4 p.m.
Where to Watch
- Broadcast on CPTV Spirit. Here's how to find CPTV Spirit on your cable channel.
- Live streaming on CPTV.org in the video player above on this page.
Where to Listen*
- Live streaming radio coverage from NPR on WNPR.org
- Live streaming radio coverage from NPR on the Connecticut Public mobile app (available for free download at the App Store or in Google Play)
- Ask your Smart Speaker to "Play Connecticut Public Radio"
*WNPR's coverage is scheduled to begin at 4 p.m.
How to Watch After the Hearings Conclude
Once the live streams of the hearings concludes each day, the coverage will remain available on this page.
Coverage and Analysis
Does the Trump impeachment drama feel like drinking from a fire hose?
If so, join host Colin McEnroe, Connecticut Public radio personality and columnist, for Pardon Me (Another Damn Impeachment Show?), an energetic weekly round-up that brings you the latest developments and perspectives from guests like Dave Eggers, Adam Gopnik, Emily Bazelon, and Dahlia Lithwick among other journalists, novelists, ethicists, and essayists.
Watch Previous Hearings
PBS NewsHour hosted coverage of the House of Representatives’ public impeachment inquiry hearings and the House Judiciary Committee hearings. All of the videos can be viewed below, along with previous days' impeachment trial coverage.