Trump Impeachment: Watch EU Ambassador Sondland, Career and Political Appointees Testify Live

This week’s public Congressional hearings focus closely on the Trump administrations placement of a hold on military assistance to Ukraine. Watch the hearings live here.

The U.S. House of Representatives is holding open hearings in its impeachment inquiry into President Trump. All hearings will be streamed through this video player as they are live.

Bookmark this page to regularly follow the hearings live, and read more information below.

Who is scheduled to testify this week?

NPR has a full run-down of what to expect this week. Here’s a schedule: 

Tuesday, first panel at 9 a.m. ET

  • Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, the top Ukraine specialist on the National Security Council. 
  • Jennifer Williams, a foreign service aide detailed to Vice President Pence’s office who listened in on the July 25 call between Trump and Zelenskiy

Tuesday, second panel at 2:30 p.m. ET

  • Kurt Volker, the former special envoy to Ukraine.
  • Tim Morrison, the former National Security Council aide who heard the July 25 call but in closed-door testimony told the committees conducting the impeachment inquiry that he didn’t view the president’s actions as illegal or inappropriate.

Wednesday, first panel at 9 a.m. ET

  • Gordon Sondland, Ambassador to the European Union, who has faced intense scrutiny about his closed-door testimony after he sent the committee a three-page amendment reversing his initial account.

Wednesday, second panel at 2:30 p.m. ET

  • Laura Cooper, a deputy assistant secretary at the Defense Department.
  • David Hale, the undersecretary of state for political affairs at the State Department. 

Thursday, one panel only at 9 a.m. ET

  • Fiona Hill, formerly the top Russia specialist on the National Security Council.

What are people saying? 

Detroit Today with Stephen Henderson has provided regular analysis of the impeachment process from experts and legislators in metro Detroit and beyond.

Impeachment Expert: “I contend that no matter which person won the election in 2016, we would be talking about impeachment.” (Detroit Today, Nov. 18)

Congresswoman Debbie Dingell: “Getting the facts and having the American people see a transparent process matters.” (Detroit Today, Nov. 14)

Rep. Rashida Tlaib: “Doing nothing at this point wasn’t an option.” (Detroit Today, Nov. 14)

Sen. Gary Peters: “There has to be credibility in the process.” (Detroit Today, Nov. 6)

GOP Rep. Fred Upton: “I Want the Answers to the Questions” (Detroit Today, Oct. 2)

I’m anxious to see how the process unfolds. The different committees, there’s not going to be one as there has been before, just the Judiciary Committee, whereas back in the 70’s, [former U.S. Senator] Sam Ervin, just the [Watergate] Select Committee. Let’s really look at all the details, ask lots of questions and see where it takes us.