Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., stated on Friday lawmakers will wait patiently to execute President Donald Trump's impeachment hearings for many weeks, after a short standoff on Capitol Hill during time.
Earlier on Friday,'' Schumer said House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., intended to supply the post on Monday -- thus triggering the impeachment procedure.
But every side will have two weeks to prepare, delaying the beginning of the trial before the week of Feb. 8.
Throughout the meantime, lawmakers will proceed with different things on President Biden's schedule.
As formerly reported by Fox News, Biden said on Friday a delayed deadline might be"better" for him to receive up his administration and running quickly.
"The longer we must wake up and running to meet those emergencies, the greater," Biden said during a media event with colleagues.
McConnell laid a pre-trial process on Thursday that could have effectively postponed the event a couple weeks -- with the intention of getting the post read on Jan. 28 and the trial begin the week of Feb. 15.
Schumer's statement seems to be a compromise.
Democrats have claimed the Senate is capable of multitasking juggling the essential activities of verifying Biden's Cabinet nominees, departure COVID-19 relief measures and project the impeachment trial concurrently.