After two weeks of hearings in the House Intelligence Committee, the next steps in the impeachment inquiry against President Trump are going to play out slowly.
Congress is now on Thanksgiving break, and Floyd Brown with the Heritage Foundation says when the inquiry picks back up a new committee will get involved.
"It shifts to the Judiciary Committee. They may hold public hearings on their own," Brown stated.
They committee would be responsible for drawing up the articles of impeachment. But the problem for Democrats is, Brown says, it's all been hearsay evidence so far.
"Most of the discussion has been about how the President has approached foreign policy and what his priorities are," Brown explained, adding that there hasn't been anything direct yet.
Congress is on break until a week from Monday.