The ceremony at the Capitol starts at noon.
Clyburn went on to accuse the Trump supporters who stormed the Capitol last Wednesday of "fanning the flames of racism", echoing claims made by President-elect Biden last week that the Capitol rioters were "a bunch of thugs, insurrectionists, white supremacists" and "anti-Semites".
The congresswoman said Trump "continues to have blood on his hands", adding that the attack against the United States Government "will forever stain our nation's history".
Trump's video was released at the same time US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi was signing the article of impeachment against him.
Biden has said the Senate should be able to split its time and do both.
Whittington said he thinks that could happen, "as with the impeachment of any officer other than the president". Congress would therefore be making the hollow gesture of getting rid of a president who has already been gotten rid of by voters.
While 197 House Republicans did not vote in favour of impeachment, the fact that ten did contrasted with the unanimous support afforded to Mr Trump when he was impeached by Democrats in December 2019.
Since Biden assumes the presidency on January 20, and the Senate doesn't plan to reconvene until the 19th, an impeachment trial would likely take place during the crucial early days of his presidency.
The choices appear to be Roberts, Kamala Harris, who by then will be vice president, or Sen.
In his first remarks since the impeachment, Biden issued a carefully worded plea late Wednesday for the Senate to help him manage the juggling act. The move has prompted many reactions on social media. "It is a rushed process that, over time, will become a threat to future presidents".
"While this is certainly not the first time the 25th Amendment should have been invoked to protect America from the ineptitude and vile cruelty of Donald J Trump, but for the sake of our democracy, I pray that it will be the last", she said.
Those in favour of impeachment said Trump did a awful thing and that he needed to face consequences for it so that future USA presidents don't use Trump's bad behaviour to justify their own.
I unequivocally condemn the violence that we saw last week. He appealed for unity to move forward and said, "Mob violence goes against everything I believe in and everything our movement stands for". Trump received the same ruling a year ago after his 2019 impeachment. "It angered and appalled millions of Americans across the political spectrum", said the president in his statement.
It is not clear whether the 67 votes that would be required to convict him exist in the Senate. A Senate preoccupied with the process of passing judgement on Trump is one that will be unable to focus on enacting Biden's ambitious first-100-day agenda. Five people died as a result of the violence.
House minority leader, Republican Kevin McCarthy said, "The President bears responsibility for Wednesday's attack", but he voted against impeachment.
They said that impeachment this close to the end of Trump's term as president was unnecessary and would only increase tension and division in the country.
Pence was the only other 2024 Republican presidential prospect to break double-digits in the poll, as he garnered 16 percent of Republican support, compared to the 12 percent in November.
Trump was said to be livid with perceived disloyalty from McConnell and Cheney.
The impeachment bill draws from Trumps own false statements about his election defeat to Biden.