January 6 Hearing on July 12, Live with PBS NewsHour

July 7, 2022

Stream live coverage of January 6 Hearing (Day 7) on July 12, above or on Thirteen.org/live, or PBS NewsHour social platforms, including YouTube.

PBS NewsHour is providing live coverage of the January 6 Hearings via broadcast and digital platforms. The next public hearing on Tuesday, July 12 at 1 p.m. will be broadcast live on THIRTEEN and WLIW21 World (a change from 10 a.m. as originally announced by the January 6th Committee). The Day 7 proceeding is expected to be approximately two hours in length.

On July 6, news broke that former Trump White House counsel Pat Cipollone agreed to testify Friday before the January 6 committee in a closed hearing.

PBS NewsHour Capitol Hill Correspondent Lisa Desjardins reported via Twitter on July 6: “Pat Cipollone is not expected nor agreeing to speak in live public testimony at any point. He will testify in videotaped questions, which the January 6 committee can use later in hearings.”

See past archived streams of January 6 hearings and PBS NewsHour coverage.

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