How to watch the Kavanaugh hearings live: What to expect with the Kavanaugh hearing and more!
The hearing will be held in front of a panel of US Senators, and we have a preview for you below!
The panel will include the US Senate’s ranking Democrat, Al Franken, along with his Senate Judiciary Committee colleagues, and Senators Susan Collins, Mazie Hirono, and Chris Coons.
In addition, the panel will also include representatives from the Department of Justice and the Federal Trade Commission.
Here is what you need to know:When: Friday, January 13 at 10:00am ETWhat to watch: A full hearing on the sexual assault allegations against Brett Kavanaugh, and the committee will examine the issue in detail, including whether or not Kavanaugh will be convicted of the allegations against him, and whether he should be removed from office.
How to watch on TV: ABC, CNN, NBC, FOX, CBS, PBS, and MSNBC will air the proceedings.
You can also watch the hearings live via the US Senate’s Facebook page, YouTube channel, Instagram, and Twitter account.
The hearing is being streamed live on CNN.
Why is the hearing important?
The Senate Judiciary hearing is a critical step in the process of investigating allegations of sexual misconduct by Brett Kavanaugh.
In a statement to MSNBC, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said the hearing will “help ensure the integrity of the investigation.”
What you can watch on CNN: CNN’s New Day will air all the relevant hearing proceedings.
The US Senate will also hold a public hearing on Friday, December 8 at 2:00pm ET.
The hearing will consist of four senators from each party, along of a moderator, with all of the senators from the Judiciary Committee, plus four representatives from each other’s respective party, including the ranking Democrats.
The senators will address the allegations of the alleged sexual misconduct against Kavanaugh, which are a result of a letter from two women alleging that they were sexually assaulted by Kavanaugh when they were teenagers.
The letter has since been published in the Washington Post.
What to expect from the hearing: On Thursday, January 9, the Judiciary Subcommittee on the Constitution will hold a hearing on whether or Not the Senate should confirm Brett Kavanaugh to the US Supreme Court.
The senators will also address questions regarding the confirmation process and whether the Judiciary committee can hold hearings before the President’s nominees, and will also answer questions on the process for vetting the President nominees.
In a statement, Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley said the subcommittee will “provide a forum for senators to provide answers to questions about sexual misconduct allegations that have arisen and for the Senate to hear from witnesses who have dealt with the same issues.”
How do I watch?
If you live outside the US, the hearing will also be livestreamed on YouTube.
The Senate will be livestreaming the hearings in the US House of Representatives, and is livestreaming its hearings in Canada.
Who can watch the hearing?
All Senators are expected to attend the hearing, and those who are not Senators will not be able to watch.
Senators are allowed to attend hearings at the same time as the public.
Are there any questions?
There are no questions at this point, but the hearing is expected to be brief and will be focused on the allegations that were made against Kavanaugh.
Did Kavanaugh deny the allegations?
No, but if he does, the hearing may be able shed light on whether the President should be allowed to nominate another Supreme Court nominee, or whether the Senate needs to hold a vote on the President-nominated nominee before the Senate can consider another nominee.
Is there a date for the hearing or the hearing date?
Both the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee and the Senate will hold hearings at different times in the coming days.
When will the hearings take place?
The hearing has been scheduled to take place on Thursday, December 11, 2017 at 2pm ET, and it will be streamed live in the United States.
Should I watch the public hearing?
The public hearing will take place before the full Senate.
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