House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., said she plans to send the articles of impeachment to the Senate once she has more information about the contours of a Senate trial. “We would really like to ascertain a good process and that we are going to be ready for whatever it’s,” Pelosi said Thursday, making it clear it had been a matter of your time. The House of Representatives voted late Wednesday to impeach President Trump on charges that he abused power and obstructed Congress. subsequent formal step within the process is that the transmission of the articles to the Senate, which then conducts an attempt during which the 100 U.S. senators function impartial jurors. Before a Senate trial begins, however, the Republican and Democratic senators must agree on rules for such a process — few foregone conclusion. After Trump was impeached Wednesday, Pelosi told reporters she is waiting to work out who the impeachment managers are going to be — the prosecution team for the House Democrats’ case within the Senate trial — until she sees what the parameters are for the Senate trial. During her comments Thursday, Pelosi also criticized Senate legislator Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., who had earlier within the day delivered a blistering critique of the impeachment and Pelosi’s role in it. She said the founders suspected there might be a rogue president once they drafted the Constitution, but “I don’t think they expected that we could have a rogue president and a rogue leader within the Senate at an equivalent time.” McConnell, in his remarks Thursday, criticized the way during which the House impeached Trump. the failed inquiry, the slapdash case; just one outcome suited to the very fact that the accusations themselves are constitutionally incoherent. … just one outcome will preserve core precedents instead of smash them into bits … because one party still cannot accept the American people’s choice in 2016,” he said. McConnell and Senate legislator Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., are expected to satisfy soon to undertake to barter a resolution which will began the method for the Senate trial. In recent days, McConnell has also said he’s closely coordinating with the White House to plan out a possible trial. Before Wednesday’s impeachment vote, a couple of House members considered “withholding the articles” from the Senate within the wake of accelerating talk from Senate Republicans of acquitting Trump during a trial. Senators are expected to function impartial jurors in any impeachment trial. Rep. Jackie Speier, D-Calif., a member of the House Intelligence Committee, said withholding the articles from the Senate would function leverage in obtaining witnesses sought by Democrats. ‘I’m getting to negotiate completely with the defendant here’ … that creates a mockery of the entire process,” she said. McConnell previously said he wasn’t an “impartial juror.” The debate comes as Senate Republicans have ramped up talks to carry a fast trial in January which will allow Trump to present a strong defense and would end in his acquittal.