The House Homeland Security Committee held its second and final Mayorkas impeachment hearing on Thursday.
‘If you issue a new proper subpoena, now that there is a duly authorized impeachment inquiry, Mr. Biden will comply for a hearing or deposition.’
The first hearing concerning Mayorkas’s potential impeachment over his handling of the border crisis will be held January 10.
‘This devastating and utter disaster for our country will no longer be tolerated,’ Representative Mark Green said.
All 221 Republicans in the House supported adopting the impeachment-inquiry resolution, while 212 Democrats opposed the measure.
Fifty-two percent of respondents to the recent poll say the impeachment inquiry is a partisan political stunt.
In a letter, a White House lawyer argued that the Biden impeachment inquiry is constitutionally unsound because it was not voted on in the House.
This marks the second time Marjorie Taylor Greene has brought forward articles of impeachment against the DHS chief this year, the first time being in May.
The latest committee findings come as the House considers whether to advance or block Marjorie Taylor Greene’s impeachment resolution of Alejandro Mayorkas.
The move comes on the same day that House Republicans held the first hearing in President Joe Biden’s impeachment inquiry.