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.