House Intelligence Committee to issue its findings after Trump impeachment hearings
The House Judiciary Committee is gearing up for its first impeachment hearing on Wednesday. President Trump's lawyers have indicated he will not participate. CBS News chief congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes joined CBSN with more on the escalating showdown.
If it passes, the House Judiciary Committee will hold its first hearing Wednesday. Lawmakers on the influential committee will review the draft report of allegations against President Trump before voting on Tuesday whether to send the findings to the House Judiciary Committee, which is set to begin proceedings on Wednesday. The House Intelligence Committee has released a copy of the impeachment report being sent to the House Judiciary Committee for consideration. NBC News' Garrett Haake discusses the report from capitol hill. Aired on 12/03/19. The House Intelligence Committee is expected to release a report showing evidence against President Trump for potential articles of impeachment. On Wednesday, the House Judiciary Committee plans to hold its first public hearings in the impeachment inquiry. CBS News chief congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes joined CBSN to discuss.