One officer forced a woman to inappropriately touch him, another agent made a woman give him oral sex in exchange for her release, the report said.
Republican Rep. Dan Crenshaw (R-Texas) called on Mayorkas to be impeached.
Wilson has been consistently critical of the U.S. Border Patrol's treatment of migrants over the years.
"I've never heard anyone say that the laws of immigration are well structured," Mayorkas said Sunday.
"How can they expect to have a fair outcome to an investigation when the president has already declared their guilt?" the former congresswoman asked.
"We are dealing with a broken immigration system, and we need legislative reform," DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas told reporters on Friday.
The Biden administration's malicious neglect of border states has reached new heights, as the small town of Del Rio, Texas, has been awash in a massive migrant wave.
Graham called Democratic criticism of border patrol agents fending off Haitian migrants "the most inhumane thing going on right now in America."
Earlier, there were more than 14,000 migrants estimated to be waiting in the encampment by the Texas border town of Del Rio.
The decision comes after video and photos of Border Patrol officers' hostile interactions with Haitian migrants circulated earlier this week.
"I'm not just unhappy with the cowboys, who were running down Haitians and using their reins to whip them," Waters said. "I'm unhappy with the administration."
Lawyer Jelle Klaas said the court's decision "leaves open the door for ethnic profiling," and one of the plaintiffs is expected to continue to appeal the case.
"The humanitarian crisis happening under this administration on the southern border disgustingly mirrors some of the darkest moments in America's history," Derrick Johnson said.
"We're achieving our goals; we're getting there and getting to a point where we can manage the population here," U.S. Border Patrol Chief Raul Ortiz said.
Over 6,000 Haitians and other migrants have been expelled from an encampment at the border while officers up efforts to prevent more from entering the U.S.
Biden administration officials hoped the summer heat would give them a respite from questions about the illegal immigration crisis.
As the recent wave of migrants makes its way through McAllen, Texas, local nonprofits and city officials have become overwhelmed.
"I never imagined or expected to receive this inhumane treatment," said Alexander Martinez, a detainee.
The new body cameras are about the size of a deck of cards, worn on the front of officers' uniforms, and will run continuously with footage automatically saved.
Since October 1, the U.S. has stopped Nicaraguan migrants at the southern border more than 19,300 times, far surpassing the record 13,000 stops in 2019.
Most of the U.S.-bound migrants arriving in El Paso, Texas, were from Mexico, Ecuador, Guatemala, Honduras and Cuba.
Rio Grande City Border Patrol Station agents apprehended the migrants in three large groups near the Mexican border in the small town of La Grulla, Texas.
Some 300-400 migrants, mostly coming from Haiti, were seen arriving at the gate with the hopes of entering the United States.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection said the incident was under investigation and would not be taken "lightly."
The expected order would revise a public health order that bars people from seeking asylum at the U.S. border, a Justice Department attorney said.
South Dakota's Kristi Noem is one of a growing number of Republican governors who have pledged to send additional law enforcement to the border.
The advocates are questioning why the administration is taking so long to release children from unlicensed facilities to families in the U.S.
There are a myriad of factors that play into the migration of Cubans seeking to leave their country and trek across water about 90-120 miles north to freedom.
"The passenger window was rolled down and I immediately smelled an odor that was consistent with smuggling of illegal aliens from past experiences. Once I was at the passenger window, I noticed numerous persons in the van and the driver looked scared."