Embattled Rep. Katie Hill is set to give her last speech in Congress on Thursday before she resigns.
The California Democrat announced that her final floor speech will come Thursday afternoon after the vote on the impeachment inquiry into President Trump.
“I will join my colleagues to vote to affirm the impeachment inquiry and then deliver my final floor speech,” Hill wrote on Twitter.
Hill’s last day in office will be Friday after she resigned amid an ethics investigation into an alleged relationship with a male congressional aide, which she has denied, USA Today reported.
She has also come under fire for engaging in a “throuple” relationship with a younger female campaign staffer and her husband, Kenny Heslep, whom she is in the process of divorcing.
Hill has blamed her resignation on her “abusive” estranged hubby for the revelation of nude snaps that surfaced during the scandal.
“This coordinated campaign carried by the right-wing media and Republican opponents enabling and perpetuating my husband’s abuse by providing him a platform is disgusting and unforgivable and they will be held accountable,” Hill said in a video Monday.