When is the next impeachment hearing?

Republicans are pushing for a two-week hearing next week in the Senate to investigate Russian interference in the 2016 election and possible ties to President Donald Trump’s administration.

The timing of the hearing, which has been delayed for months by the Russia probe, has been pushed back until January 2.

The Senate Judiciary Committee’s top Democrat, Sen. Dianne Feinstein, told ABC News on Wednesday that Democrats will be holding a hearing before the committee on the House’s investigation.

“It’s not going to be a secret, but the hearing is scheduled for January 2, so that’s a pretty big difference from the past,” Feinstein said.

“I would hope that we can move forward in a way that allows the House to investigate the Russia investigation without this delay.”

Feinstein and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) said they are still “considering” a possible hearing on Trump.

They said they would have to see how long it takes to schedule the hearing.

The House Intelligence Committee is investigating Russia’s efforts to influence the election and the Trump administration’s relationship with the Kremlin.

Senate Majority Whip John Cornyn (R, Texas) told ABC that Republicans are still considering holding a special hearing on Russia’s interference.

“We are still trying to figure out the details of exactly what the hearing will look like and what the details will be,” Cornyn said.

He also said that he is considering holding the hearing in January.

Feinstein said that she wants to have the Senate Intelligence Committee start its investigation in February.

She added that Democrats have been pushing for Republicans to move up the date to give Republicans more time to conduct their own investigation.

The Democrats’ push comes after the White House’s former director of national intelligence, James Clapper, told lawmakers earlier this month that Trump had been briefed on the Russian hacking effort prior to the election.

Trump has been accused of using a private email server during his presidential campaign and has called the accusations “fake news.”

Trump denied any collusion between his campaign and the Russian government and said he did not discuss any such efforts with the Russian leader during the presidential transition.

The White House has denied that Trump obstructed justice by not disclosing the Russia hack to lawmakers during the transition.

Trump: ‘A very, very big, big mistake’ to allow VA to use VA hearing aids

PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP has issued a strongly worded condemnation of the VA’s decision to use earbuds in its hearing aid system for veterans suffering from hearing loss.

In an interview with ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos, Trump called the VA “a very, a very big mistake” that will “probably be a death sentence for the vets in this room.”

“This is a very, not a very good thing for them.

It is a death penalty for them,” he said.

Trump’s comments came a day after the VA approved the use of the devices for veterans in Tennessee, Mississippi and Louisiana.

“I think it’s a very sad thing,” said Trump.

“This is going to be a very bad decision for the veterans.”

Trump also told Stephanopoulos that the VA should have the authority to decide whether to use the earbud, which cost less than $5.

The VA is still reviewing the applications for the devices and the department has not yet determined whether they will be approved.

President Donald Trump speaks to reporters at the White House on Dec. 5, 2019, about the use by the Veterans Affairs of VA hearing aid devices for use in combat zones.

(Jabin Botsford/The Washington Post) Trump has said he will seek to undo the VA use of earbudes, which he said were a cost-cutting measure for the VA.

The VA has said it will continue to use them for veterans.

The President’s statement came hours after the Trump administration released its own analysis of the use and costs of the ear-buds.

The report, released Wednesday, said ear-bands could save the VA $1.2 billion in 2018 alone and that veterans would save $2,500 a year in medical care.

Veterans, however, said the cost to the VA is far less than the $1 billion cost of the new devices, which are designed to be worn by soldiers who can’t hear.

They argue the devices could save vets from hearing damage and help them regain their hearing in the future.

“I’m glad the president is talking about this, but I’m really concerned,” said Jason Womack, a veteran who served in the Army in Iraq and Afghanistan.

“They are expensive.

They cost a lot of money.

They’re not effective.

I don’t want to see them, so I’m just going to stop wearing them.”