The deposition process of the Senate against President Donald Trump begins Thursday on the fourth day, while Democratic House of Representatives managers try to finalize their opening arguments as to why the President should be removed from office.
Under the supervision of Supreme Court Supreme Court, John Roberts, the trial will continue at 1
The issue is whether Trump should be removed from office because of his behavior in dealing with Ukraine. That includes a telephone call in July in which he appears to have asked the President of Ukraine to investigate former US Vice President Joe Biden, currently a democratic presidential candidate, and his son Hunter Biden's ties with a Ukrainian gas company in exchange for the US army
At the December vote, the House adopted two articles of accusation in which Trump was accused of abusing power and hampering Congress. Both votes were largely cross-party in the Democratically-controlled House. The votes of 67 senators in the senate controlled by the republicans are required to put the president out of office.
Full coverage of the charge test can be found on CBS News here.
How can I watch?
Different news networks and outlets will stream the events of the day. A number of broadcasters, including PBS and Fox News, MSNBC, CNN and C-SPAN cable news channels, have refused to offer live broadcasts prior to regular programming. (Disclosure: CNET is a division of CBS Interactive, owned by ViacomCBS.)
Local broadcasters CBS, ABC and NBC have all provided regular programming to broadcast the first few days of the trial.
You can also stream live the free trial on sites such as C-SPAN or via YouTube channels for various news sources, including CBS News.
What time does it start?
The Senate trial takes place every day except Sunday at 10 p.m. PT / 1 p.m. ET.
Who else has been dropped off?
Trump joins Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton as the third president to be deposed by the House since the constitution was adopted in 1788.
Richard Nixon resigned before the House had the chance to accuse him of his role in the Watergate scandal. Both Johnson and Clinton were acquitted by the Senate in their respective deposition sentences.
What does Trump have to say?
In a six-page letter to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi in December prior to the House vote, Trump destroyed the procedure and said, "more appropriate trial was offered to those accused in the Salem Witch Trials. "
"It is time for you and the very partisan Democrats in Congress to immediately stop this accusation fantasy and go back to work for the American people," wrote the president. "Although I don't expect you to do that, I am writing this letter to you for the purpose of history and to place my thoughts on a permanent and indelible report."
Where can I find out more about deposition?
CBS News has full coverage of the settlement process, the investigation and the procedures.
Originally published on November 12 and regularly updated.
Correction, November 14: An earlier version of this story incorrectly describes Joe Biden. He is a democratic presidential candidate.