Impeachment Inquiry: Hearing on Evidence in Impeachment Inquiry The House Judiciary Committee holds a hearing to hear evidence in the on-going impeachment inquiry against President Trump.

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    9:00 AM EST

    Hearing on Evidence in Impeachment Inquiry, Part 1

    The House Judiciary Committee held a hearing on the evidence in the ongoing impeachment inquiry of President Trump. Several Republican members on the committee called for points of order, pressing the chair, Representative Jerrold Nadler (D-NY), on how the hearing was being conducted. During this portion of the hearing, the Democratic and Republican counsels of the committee gave opening remarks, outlining the case for each side.

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    11:59 AM EST

    Hearing on Evidence in Impeachment Inquiry, Part 2

    The House Judiciary Committee heard evidence in the ongoing impeachment inquiry of President Trump. During this portion of the hearing, the House Intelligence Committee Democratic and Republican counsels were questioned by the members and counsels of the Judiciary Committee.

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    3:10 PM EST

    Hearing on Evidence in Impeachment Inquiry, Part 3

    Following a short break, House Judiciary Committee members returned to continue examining the evidence in the ongoing impeachment inquiry against President Trump. Ranking Member Representative Doug Collins (R-GA) and the committee’s Republican counsel kicked things off with a 45-minute round of questions to the witnesses. Members from both parties followed with each getting a five-minute round of questions.