PBS's Coverage of the Second Impeachment of Donald Trump

Daniel Hautzinger
PBS NewsHour's coverage of The Second Impeachment of President Trump

Held in the same chamber breached by a mob of Trump supporters during a surge of violence at the U.S. Capitol aimed at preventing the certification of the election on January 6, the second impeachment trial of Donald Trump in the Senate begins February 9. The House voted to impeach Trump a second time a week after the attack on the Capitol, arguing that Trump incited the attack, with ten Republicans joining Democrats in voting for impeachment.

You can watch PBS NewsHour's special coverage of the trial live, beginning Tuesday, February 9 at 12:00 pm CT, or at any time thereafter, at wttw.com, on WTTW's Facebook page, or at PBS NewsHour's website. Beginning Wednesday, February 10, coverage is expected to begin at 11:00 am CT.

In addition, WTTW will be broadcasting NewsHour's live coverage of the trial on WTTW Prime (11.2, channel 367 for Comcast subscribers, and channel 37 for RCN subscribers) beginning Tuesday, February 9 at 12:00 pm CT. The coverage will be broadcast every weekday, and is expected to run each day until approximately 5:00 pm CT.