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How to stream Robert Mueller's testimony on your iPhone, iPad, Mac or Apple TV

Former special counsel Robert Mueller is to be questioned by the House Judiciary Committee over his investigation into Russian interference in 2016's election. Here's how to watch it live on your Apple devices.

Robert Mueller seen at an Apple Store after completing his role as special counsel (source: @ByKellyCohen)

Robert Mueller seen at an Apple Store after completing his role as special counsel (source: @ByKellyCohen)


From 08:30 Eastern, former special counsel Robert Mueller is to answer questions from the House Judiciary Committee, in a session expected to last three hours. Then shortly after, currently scheduled to be from 12:00 Eastern, he's due to be questioned by the House Intelligence Committee. All of his testimony is going to be covered live and you can watch on any Apple device.

Unlike the 2020 Presidential Debates, which were hosted by one broadcaster, coverage of these sessions will on many networks from NBC and ABC through to CNN and Fox News.

It's also going to be carried live by YouTube and you can watch that right here.




If you have an Apple TV, a simpler option is to use the apps provided by those networks. NBC News app, ABC News, CNN Go and Fox News: Live Breaking News are all available on the platform.

So is MSNBC, and you may also be able to find an Apple TV app from your local news channel.

If this isn't an option, you can stream the testimony over your iOS device. Here the key apps on iPhone are NBC News and MSNBC. There's also an iPad-only app from CNN.

The testimony will also be live-streamed over Twitter, though again chiefly by the network news broadcasters. If that's more convenient for you, follow @NBCNews or others.

You can obviously follow Twitter and the embedded YouTube stream on your Mac, but you might also want to watch via websites. Mueller's testimony will be relayed on nbcnews.com, abcnews.go.com and MSNBC.