Transcript for 2 articles of impeachment against Trump headed for full House vote
committee approved two articles of impeachment against him. ABC's David Wright is on capitol hill with reaction as those articles head for a full house vote. Good morning to you, David. Reporter: Good morning, Eva. President trump is now all but certain to join a very exclusive club. Barring something extraordinary, he'll be become the third president in U.S. History to be impeached but like Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton before him, it's also likely he will not be removed from office. Judiciary committee will come to order. Reporter: After weeks of hearings and days of debate, the historic vote on articles of impeachment took less than ten minutes. The clerk will call the roll. Mr. Stanton. Aye. Reporter: Every Democrat on the house judiciary committee voted for. No. Reporter: Every Republican against two articles of impeachment stemming from president trump's effort to get Ukraine to dig up dirt on his 2020 rival, Joe Biden. Today is a solemn and sad day. For the third time in a little over a century and a half, the house judiciary committee has voted articles of impeachment against the president for abuse of power and obstruction of congress. Reporter: Those charges now go to the full house for a vote expected Wednesday. Then on to a trial in the Republican controlled senate. Senate majority leader Mitch Mcconnell appearing on fox News pledged to work in total coordination with the white house on the impeachment trial where the constitution requires a two-thirds margin to remove the president. Republicans have hinted they'd like a speedy trial with no witnesses, one that would be over in a matter of days. It's going nowhere in the senate but I really hope and pray the senate will not just pick it up and dismiss it. America needs to hear from the witnesses and we didn't get to hear from them here. This was a kangaroo court. This has been a wild week. Reporter: The president says he'd like to hear witnesses too but said Friday he'll defer to the senate. I'll do whatever I want. Look, there is -- we did nothing wrong. I wouldn't mind a long process because I'd like to see the whistle-blower who is a fraud. Reporter: Impeachment aside the president said it was a pretty good week for him. He had the re-election of his friend and ally Boris Johnson in great Britain, a breakthrough in the trade war with China, and the supreme court agreed to hear the cases about whether the courts should shield the president's finances from scrutiny. But impeachment tends to overshadow everything else. Whit. Yeah, the president called it a wild week. Another busy week ahead. David Wright for us on capitol
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