DONALD Trump is too busy touring White House guests around the area where Bill Clinton and Monica Lewinsky had their infamous tryst to worry about impeachment.
The US president is reportedly so unconcerned with his own impeachment that he is jokingly showing off the areas in the Oval Office study that triggered the last one nearly 20 years ago.
Trump is "playfully" pointing out where former White House intern Monica Lewinsky romped with then-President Clinton after starting an affair in 1995, Politico reports.
He reportedly refers to the ongoing proceedings about his alleged abuse of office and obstruction of justice as "impeachment lite."
Sources close to the president told the news outlet that Trump is confident he'll be allowed to remain in office, just as Clinton was.
Clinton was impeached by the House of Representatives in December 1998 for perjury and obstruction of justice after he famously lied about having sexual relations with Lewinsky.
He was eventually cleared of any wrongdoing and allowed to finish out his term as president, which ended in January 2001.
NBC News reports the House Judiciary Committee will vote on two articles of impeachment at 10am Friday.
The vote was initially scheduled to take place Thursday but was delayed until the following morning after a heated 14-hour exchange between Democrats and Republicans.
If passed, Trump could face a trial in the Senate in January and potentially be removed from office if a two-thirds majority of Senators convict him.
The sitting president is accused of withholding $400 million in military aid to Ukraine unless Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky agreed to investigate 2020 presidential candidate and political rival Joe Biden's son, Hunter Biden.
He allegedly asked Zelensky to look into Hunter's position on the board of Ukrainian natural gas company Burisma as a "quid pro quo," or favor, to him.
Trump continues to be adamant there was "no quid pro quo" and has repeatedly slammed the impeachment inquiry against him as "a witch hunt."