The House Judiciary Committee has approved two articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump. 

The charges now go to the full House for an expected vote next week.  

The abuse of power charge stems from Trump's July phone call with the Ukraine president pressuring him to announce an investigation of Democrats as he was withholding US aid. 

The obstruction charge involves Trump's blocking of House efforts to investigate his actions. 

Trump has denied wrongdoing. 

The vote in the House panel was split along party lines, with 23 Democrats voting in favor and 17 Republicans opposed.  

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The House Judiciary Committee is expected to approve two articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump after postponing a vote late Thursday night. The panel met for more than 14 hours through debate that split sharply along party lines. Thursday's marathon session went until around 11:00 p.m. EST. Chairman Jerrold Nadler, D-N.Y.