Impeachment Trial Day 6: What time does it start, how to watch, what to expect

Impeachment Trial Day 6: What you need to know

President Donald Trump’s legal team will continue his defense Monday as his impeachment trial goes into its sixth day.

The president’s attorneys began presenting the case Saturday following three days of presentation from the U.S. House managers.

Here is how you can watch the proceedings on television and online:

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What time does it start: The Senate will reconvene at 1 p.m. and the trial will continue then.

How can you watch: The trial will be live on cable news networks like CNN, Fox and MSNBC as well as CSPAN-2. It will also be broadcast live on ABC, CBS, NBC and PBS.

You can catch coverage on the channels online sites by going to the homepage for each network and finding a link to live coverage.

The networks also have YouTube channels where the livestream of their coverage of the trial can be accessed. Most local television and newspaper sites will also have livestreams on their websites. Go to the TV or newspaper homesite and look for a link.

What to expect: On Monday, the president’s attorneys will continue their presentation. They have roughly 22 hours left to present their case.

Harvard Law professor Alan Dershowitz is expected to make a presentation about the constitutional aspects of impeachment. Ken Starr, the independent counsel who prosecuted Bill Clinton, has joined Trump’s defense team and may make remarks today.

The trial could end this week if a vote to call additional witnesses fails. If it passes, the trial could run for several weeks.

In this image from video, personal attorney to President Donald Trump, Jay Sekulow, speaks during the impeachment trial against Trump in the Senate at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, Saturday, Jan. 25, 2020.
In this image from video, personal attorney to President Donald Trump, Jay Sekulow, speaks during the impeachment trial against Trump in the Senate at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, Saturday, Jan. 25, 2020. (Senate Television via AP/AP)