Trump's White House said on Friday that they won't take part in the hearings, even though House rules allow them to do so.
The House Judiciary Committee has scheduled a hearing at which staff attorneys are set to tell members of Congress about the conclusions reached by the earlier House Intelligence Committee on the Ukraine affair.
Democrats say that that this amounted to inviting a foreign power to intervene in the USA election to help the president win another term.
The White House is refusing to participate in the process it calls a sham and the top Republican on the panel, Rep. Doug Collins of Georgia asked to postpone the hearing, criticizing Democrats for moving too swiftly.
The report published by Nadler specifically addresses several points of criticism from Trump and the White House of the ongoing impeachment effort without altering anything else, contributing to POTUS' accusations against the Democrats of trying to change the game rules to fit their needs. "Myself and six other members of the freshman class in Congress, all former military or former Central Intelligence Agency, wrote a joint op-ed and came out in support of an impeachment inquiry", Slotkin said during the town hall as several members of the audience voiced their displeasure.
Most Republicans have stuck with Trump, saying there is no clear and direct evidence that he wrongly pressured Ukraine for personal political gain.
That would put the proceedings - which began in late September with the opening of the House investigation - on a fast track to a trial in early 2020 before the Republican-controlled Senate, where Trump is expected to prevail.
The House Judiciary Committee on Monday will hear testimony from Democratic lawyers laying out their case for President Donald Trump's impeachment, setting off a busy two weeks on Capitol Hill expected to end with a House floor vote on the charges ahead of Christmas.
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A Senate vote requires a two-thirds majority to convict and remove the president - unlikely in this case, given that Mr Trump's party controls the chamber.
The Home judiciary committee was scheduled on Monday to carry its second public impeachment listening to. He said final decisions will come after Monday's hearing and discussions with the Democratic caucus.
The objective of this exercise is to suggest that Trump's conduct in pressuring Volodymyr Zelensky, the president of Ukraine, to announce the opening of an investigation into Hunter Biden, son of former Vice President Joe Biden, one of Trump's main challengers in the 2020 presidential election, represents a unique confluence of wrongdoing on the part of the president, combining all the dangers against which the drafters of the Constitution were seeking to protect the new republic. But Mueller said he could not exonerate Trump of obstructing justice in the probe and left it for Congress to determine.
'I think the case we have, if presented to a jury, would be a guilty verdict in about three minutes flat, ' he added.
Nadler would not say whether the evidence that Russian Federation meddled in the 2016 election, favoring Trump, would be included in the formal charges.
Nadler, asked whether he felt confident that Trump personally directed improper approaches to Ukraine, replied, "Yes".
Nadler spoke on NBC's "Meet the Press" and CNN's "State of the Union", McCarthy was on Fox News Channel's "Sunday Morning Futures", Gaetz spoke on ABC's "This Week", and Schiff appeared on CBS' "Face the Nation".