United States Attorney Scott W. Brady announced the additional charges today.
A judge granted an extension today at a status conference that lasted less than 10 minutes.
"I think that any nominee will share [Trump's] view on the death penalty," one expert said.
“If not this case, which case?” one legal expert said.
Robert Bowers is due back in court Thursday.
His preliminary hearing has been set for Thursday.
29 federal and 36 state charges have been filed against the Pittsburgh-area man.
The gunman told police "he wanted all Jews to die and also that they (Jews) were committing genocide to his people."