Impeachment hearings begin at 10 this morning on networks, cable channels. Watch it live here (webcast). Plus: Quick thoughts on the process from GPB’s Political Rewind (panelists include Wendy Davis, Brian Robinson).

Impeachment hearings begin at 10 this morning on networks, cable channels. Watch it live here (webcast). Plus: Quick thoughts on the process from GPB’s Political Rewind (panelists include Wendy Davis, Brian Robinson).

 

Watch it live on your computer: “On Wednesday, Nov. 13, at 10 a.m., the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence will hold an open hearing with the Honorable Ambassador William B. Taylor, Chargé d’Affaires Ad Interim, Kyiv, Ukraine and Mr. George Kent, Deputy Assistant Secretary for European and Eurasian Affairs. This is the first open hearing in the House impeachment inquiry. The next hearing, with Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch, will be held on Friday, Nov. 15 at 9 a.m. Released transcripts can be found here.”

ABC, CBS, NBC and PBS on Wednesday will preempt their regularly scheduled programming for live coverage of the House Intelligence Committee’s open impeachment hearings of President Trump. All of the major cable news networks, including Fox News, MSNBC, CNN and CSPAN will also offer live coverage. Opening comments are due at 10 a.m. The network and cable morning shows likely will dedicate large segments to advance coverage as well.

  • >Watch online: Pick your favorite network or cable channel and stream it from there.
  • >Hashtag to use: @Impeachmenthearings

A Georgia perspective on impeachment on GPB’s Political Rewind: From host Bill Nigut: A new poll by the AJC finds that Peach State voters are evenly split on the merits of the impeachment investigation of President Trump. But a majority say that at this time, they don’t think Trump should be removed from office. Also: If you are wagering that sports betting may soon be legal in Georgia, your odds of being correct have just gotten better; the Atlanta Hawks, the Braves, Atlanta United and the Falcons have joined forces to push the legislature to make it legal. Our panel weighs in on how the battle is likely to unfold in the upcoming session. And: The U.S. Supreme Court is hearing arguments today on the legality of President Trump’s decision to end DACA. The case will influence thousands of young Georgian immigrants. Panelists:

  • Wendy Davis – Rome City Commissioner
  • Charles Kuck – Georgia Immigration Attorney
  • Kevin Riley – Editor, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
  • Brian Robinson – Republican Strategist, former spokesman for U.S. Rep. Phil Gingrey, Gov. Nathan Deal.
  • Click here to listen to the broadcast.
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