Please cite for me the administration saying these are immediate dismissals as opposed to the department statement of
"...Until the new U.S. Attorneys are confirmed, the dedicated career prosecutors in our U.S. Attorney's Offices will continue the great work of the Department in investigating, prosecuting, and deterring the most violent offenders."
All I see are statements from Pelosi and Schumer conjecturing that.
The Free Republic citation (appears none have clicked it) above, shows all 93 of Clinton's transitions even though the resignation was demanded to all prosecutors immediately. From Vox
Indeed, at around this time in the first year President Bill Clinton’s administration, Attorney General Janet Reno demanded the resignation of all US Attorneys. President George W. Bush did something similar in 2001, though his Justice Department arranged a more gradual turnover, where all the holdovers would be out by June of that year. President Obama was a little slower, but got rolling on this by May 2009
Edit I see you and I are saying the same thing about transitioning, but I want to see Trump is planning something different other than Pelosi/Schumer said as a proof