Impeachment hearings could preempt 7 News At Noon; here’s how to watch

Impeachment hearings could preempt 7 News At Noon; here’s how to watch
Impeachment Hearings in TV graphic from MGN (Source: MGN Graphics)

WATERTOWN, N.Y. (WWNY) - The House of Representatives enters a new phase Wednesday in its impeachment drive against President Donald Trump.

The proceedings shift from the House Intelligence Committee to the Judiciary Committee and CBS will be there to cover it.

The network's coverage is scheduled to begin at 10 a.m. and could preempt 7 News' noon news.

If that happens, you can tune in to 7 news At Noon on sister station WNYF, which is channel 2 on Spectrum cable and channel 28 on most other services.

The focus in the House shifts from whether to impeach the president to what the charges would say.

On Wednesday, the proceedings under Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler will pair the investigation into Trump's Ukraine dealings with a high-minded look at whether they are impeachable under the Constitution.

Four constitutional experts will testify.

Congress remains starkly divided along party lines and Nadler's panel is famous for over-the-top partisan bickering.

Republicans say the whole process has been unfair. Trump says impeachment is “unpatriotic” and he won’t be watching.

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