The Congressional impeachment investigation enters a new stage Wednesday, as the House Judiciary Committee holds its first hearing as part of the inquiry.
The hearing follows the release and adoption of the House Intelligence Committee's report on the Ukraine affair.
As NPR reported, the report, which concluded the House's fact-finding portion of the inquiry, argued that the "scheme" was conducted with the "knowledge and approval" of senior administration figures.
A panel of four law professors will be speaking to provide historic and legal context of impeachment and whether it may be merited in this case.
The hearing is set to begin at 10 a.m.
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