The House Judiciary Committee holds final debate Thursday on the articles of impeachment against President Trump before sending the resolution to the floor.

You can watch the debate below:

This is just the fourth time in U.S. history a president has faced impeachment. The resolution and an amendment accuse Trump of "high crimes and misdemeanors" but stops short of accusing him of any statutory crimes. Two articles of impeachment were unveiled Tuesday following a two-month investigation by the Intelligence, Oversight and Foreign Affairs committees.

Democrats accuse Trump of abusing the power of his office and obstructing the congressional investigation of his actions. At the heart is his treatment of Ukraine. He is accused of withholding $391 million in military aid to the former Soviet republic in exchange for investigations that could have benefited him politically.

The White House budget office issued a memo Wednesday attempting to justify the withholding of the aid as part of a process of determine whether it complied with U.S. policy.

Trump personal attorney Rudy Giuliani went on the attack, calling the impeachment process "absurd" and accusing the media of trying to orchestrate a "coup."

Though Trump has said he's looking forward to a Senate trial to vindicate himself, Republicans indicated Wednesday they may call no witnesses in a bid to get the trial over with as soon as possible.

The full House is expected to vote on the articles of impeachment next week before Congress adjourns for the holidays.