Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas has officially suggested that there is a challenge at the border, but specifically not a "crisis" - despite a reported "thousands of daily immigrant migrant apprehensions" per Washington Post.

The reporter presses Mayorkas on the situation and at one point even asks - "how is that not a crisis?" Mayorkas emphasizes that he's already basically explained the answer to her question.

WATCH the reporter press Mayorkas on the crisis challenge at the southern border:



In another report, it was detailed that Mayorkas said President Joe Biden is looking for a "legal pathway to citizenship" for many families of undocumented immigrants who might have been separated at the border when Donald Trump was president.

While Mayorkas did not go into specifics, he said that the Biden administration hopes to find a way to allow families who were separated by the Trump administration the option to stay in the country.

“We are hoping to reunite the families, either here or in their country of origin. We hope to be in a position to give them the election. And if, in fact, they seek to reunite here in the United States, we will explore lawful pathways for them to remain in the United States,” Mayorkas said.

Meanwhile, there's still a homelessness problem in America and it would be nice to get those folks in a home one day, too.