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How to Watch or Stream Day 10 of Trump’s Senate Impeachment Trial

Friday could mark the beginning of the end of the impeachment saga

The U.S. Senate will convene Friday around 1 p.m. ET for the 10th day of President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial. NBC News will stream live coverage online, which you can watch above.

Friday could mark the beginning of the end of the impeachment saga, as the senators will vote on whether or not to bring in additional witnesses. With a Republican majority in the Senate, GOP leaders believe they have just enough votes to block further testimony, meaning they could bring the trial to an end by voting whether or not to acquit the president.

If four of the Republican senators vote to hear from witnesses, the trial will move forward. If three do, there will be a 50-50 tie, which would defeat the resolution, unless Chief Justice John Roberts, who is presiding over the trial, votes to break it.

A key GOP senator, Tennessee’s Lamar Alexander, announced Thursday he would not vote for witness testimony to be heard. Only one has said she will: Maine’s Susan Collins. Besides Collins, Utah’s Mitt Romney and Alaska’s Lisa Murkowski have indicated they’re considering voting for witness testimony.

The House of Representatives delivered two articles of impeachment against Trump earlier this month, charging abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi signed the articles while flanked by the seven Democratic trial managers who are prosecuting the case. Those managers are Jerrold Nadler of New York, Adam Schiff of California, Hakeem Jeffries of New York, Zoe Lofgren of California, Val Demings of Florida, Sylvia Garcia of Texas and Jason Crow of Colorado.