NEW YORK, NY -- With the recent reduction in the number of testimonies in the impeachment inquiry and a slow down in the release of deposition transcripts, reporters have resorted to write short flash news pieces on the impeachment process as indicated in the Constitution.

The news articles, generally a paragraph or two long, reference one or two sentences in the Constitution as it relates to impeachment, and generally provides an accurate, if not rather brief, review on a small portion of the Impeachment process as written in the Constitution.

Concerns in news rooms across the nation are growing citing whether Republicans would delay the open Impeachment Inquiry hearings, further delaying newsworthy updates, which could lead to reporters resorting to researching and reporting on the Andrew Johnson impeachment trial.