U.S. House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer on Friday announced that the Democrat-led House will vote on the two articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump next week.
"Next week, these two articles of impeachment - on abuse of power and obstruction of Congress - will come to the House Floor for consideration," Hoyer said in a statement.
The announcement came shortly after the Democrat-led House Judiciary Committee approved the two articles strictly along party lines.
The House is expected to hold a proforma session on Saturday to introduce the articles of impeachment, teeing up a vote likely to take place on Wednesday, according to The Hill news.
"If things continue to come together on schedule, we are looking at appropriations on Tuesday, impeachment on Wednesday, and USMCA (the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement) on Thursday. But this is all subject to change," a Democratic leadership aide told The Hill.