"It is impossible for judiciary members to sift through thousands and thousands of pages in any meaningful way in a matter of hours", Mr. Collins said in a statement, noting that Republicans had been demanding access to the documents for weeks.
The results may determine how broad the articles of impeachment against Trump will be - in particular, whether they will reach back to episodes of possible obstruction of justice outlined in the Russian Federation report submitted last spring by special counsel Robert Mueller.
"They have had adequate time", Nadler said on CNN.
House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy criticized Democrats for their timeline, which he said was unfairly aimed at preventing the nation's voters from making their own choices in the 2020 election. "It can't be ignored by the House, and it merits a full trial by the Senate on whether to remove him from office", the piece continued.
Democrats also have accused Trump of abusing his power by withholding $391 million in security aid to Ukraine - a vulnerable US ally facing Russian aggression - and holding back a coveted White House meeting with Zelenskiy as leverage to pressure Kiev into investigating the Bidens.
Adam Schiff, the Intelligence Committee chairman who can be managing the broader inquiry, advised CBS on Sunday that there was "overwhelming evidence that the president sought to coerce Ukraine into interfering in our election" and, extra significantly, "deeply sought to obstruct the investigation into that wrongdoing".
"That is an ongoing threat to the country, and one that simply can't wait", said Schiff, D-Calif. "They're going to impeach, not because they have the evidence but because they hate the president", Cruz said of House Democrats.
"So you are willing to impeach the President with no Republican votes, correct?" "House Democrats have wasted enough of America's time with this charade".
Judiciary Committee Democrats have said they could instead use Mueller's findings to demonstrate a repeated pattern of misconduct by Trump to support formal charges of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.
The committee was meeting over the weekend in preparation for Monday's hearing.
Mueller said he could not exonerate Trump of obstruction but indicated he followed Justice Department guidelines saying a sitting president could not be indicted.
Sanders made the charge on NBC's "Meet the Press" as he attacked Trump's travel ban - which faces a federal court challenge - and Republican plans to revamp the Affordable Care Act. "We need to present the best possible case".
"I think there's sufficient evidence for all three", Amash said Friday.
Trump said over the weekend that his personal attorney Rudy Giuliani wants to take the information gathered from Giuliani's investigations and a recent trip to Ukraine to the USA attorney general and to Congress.
Trump's congressional supporters separately found themselves on the defensive over the disclosure that the president's personal lawyer, Rudolph W. Giuliani, traveled last week to Ukraine and met with political figures associated with efforts to dig up dirt on former Vice President Joe Biden and his son, Hunter.
Representative Jerrold Nadler told CNN's State of the Union his committee will not decide on the charges against the Republican president until after a hearing on Monday to consider evidence gathered by the House intelligence committee that led the investigation.