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Can You Stream Michael Cohen Today?

Q. I want to watch Trump’s lawyer, that Michael Cohen, testify today. How can I do it online? I’m at work. — Terry, Brooklyn.

Terry, as you note, Michael Cohen, President Trump’s former lawyer, will testify today before the House Oversight Committee at 10 a.m. ET. (That’s when it’s scheduled to start anyway. Congress is notorious for starting meetings late.). Cohen is expected to tell the committee that the president engaged in a number of illegal or unethical practices before he became president, and even after taking the office. (Trump denies Cohen’s charges, which were also submitted to the Robert Mueller special investigation of the president.)

There are several ways to watch Cohen online today, including CBS’s live feed on YouTube, which can be seen here, and C-Span’s live feed, which can be seen here.

But you can also find live streams of the testimony at the web sites of the major news outlets, including NBC, ABC, CNN, and Fox.

Terry, hope that helps. Happy Viewing!

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1 Comment on Can You Stream Michael Cohen Today?

  1. Thom Koshinsky // February 27, 2019 at 12:57 pm // Reply

    EITHER GIVE US DIRT ON TRUMP OR YOU’LL GO TO JAIL FOREVER PROOF NOT NEEDED

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