By Steve Neavling
The Senate may vote as early as Tuesday on President Trump’s pick of Chad Wolf as acting Homeland Security secretary.
If approved by the Republican-controlled Senate, Wolf would be Trump’s fifth leader of Homeland Security, a department that has been shaken up by its focus on immigration.
A closure vote today would open the door for a full floor vote next week, CBS News reports.
Acting Secretary Kevin McAleenan would resign if Wolf’s nomination is approved.
It’s unclear whether Trump plans to tap Wolf for the permanent secretary position.