Facing an unprecedented impeachment threat, Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas vowed cooperation with House Republicans while simultaneously pursuing legislative changes to address the ongoing U.S.-Mexico border crisis. The department head finds himself entangled in a political firestorm, but maintains his focus on both navigating congressional scrutiny and finding solutions to a complex immigration challenge.
House Republicans, fueled by accusations of mismanagement and a surge in asylum seekers, have set January 10th as the date for the first impeachment hearing against Mayorkas. This marks a historic move, as no Homeland Security Secretary has ever faced such proceedings.
However, Mayorkas. . .