The hearing of former President Donald Trump’s impeachment hearing is scheduled for Tuesday in New Jersey.
It is expected to start at 11 a.m. local time.
The hearing will include testimony from former President Trump, former Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, former U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara and former Assistant Attorney General Peter Carr, as well as former Justice Department Counsel Bob Mueller, who was the lead prosecutor in the case.
The three will also hear from former White House counsel Ty Cobb, former deputy solicitor general Andrew Weissmann, former Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and former Deputy White House Counsel Robert Kelner.
The hearing is expected for more than four hours and will last approximately three hours.
The Senate is set to reconvene for the hearing at 11:30 a.p.m., and the House is scheduled to reconvoke for the meeting at 1:30 p.m, according to the committee.
The House also is scheduled on Monday to vote on a resolution calling on the president to immediately resign, but the House will vote on that resolution on Tuesday.
The impeachment hearing will begin with an appearance from former U,S.
attorney Preet Bhaskar, who is expected by the Senate Judiciary Committee to be questioned by Bharara.
It will also include testimony by former Deputy Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation Robert Mueller, former Chief of Staff Reince Priebus, former White Board of Directors member Stephen Miller and former senior White House policy adviser Stephen Miller.
Bharara has previously testified that he and Rosenstein, along with Bharara’s predecessor at the Department of Justice Andrew Weissman, conducted an internal investigation into allegations of misconduct by former WhiteHouse chief of staff Reince Preibus and Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner.
Rosenstein and Bharara have previously testified to Congress that they were working on a recommendation to impeach Trump at the time of his inauguration, and Weissman was the subject of that investigation.
Bhaskar’s testimony was the first time the former president and Bharar have spoken publicly since the special counsel announced his investigation.
Trump’s lawyer has said Bharara was not involved in the investigation into Preibus.
Barry Bennett, the president’s legal counsel, also has said that the president was not aware of any criminal investigation of the president and that he had nothing to do with the investigation.
The president has maintained that he was not personally involved in Bharara, though Bennett has acknowledged the two were talking about the president.