(Washington, DC) — Illinois Representative Aaron Schock is on is his way out of Congress but not before giving some final remarks. The embattled Republican said goodbye during a speech Thursday on the House floor. He resigned last week following an investigation he allegedly used taxpayer and campaign dollars for extravagant spending habits. Schock said he hoped to learn from his mistakes and even referenced President Abraham Lincoln’s ability to overcome defeats. He is set to officially step down next Tuesday.