After seven public hearings with 12 different witnesses, the impeachment inquiry is moving on to the next stage: a public report and a handoff to the Judiciary Committee.
What’s next: House Intelligence Committee staffers have been drafting a report that they plan to deliver to the Judiciary Committee in the coming weeks that lays out their case for impeachment, two sources familiar with their plans tell Axios.
It will also lay out their recommendations on how to proceed. As of Friday morning, it was still unclear when the report will be released. Republican staffers are working on a report of their own, GOP aides say, and will likely release it once Democrats publish theirs.