Incoming Homeland Security secretary has served 3 presidents

The White House is seen with the Washington Monument (L) behind it and the Jefferson Memorial (R) in Washington, May 1, 2011. Photo by Gary Hershorn/ Reuters SAN DIEGO — Elaine Duke, set to become acting U.S. homeland secretary on Monday, has the rare distinction of serving in high-level positions in three administrations. RELATED LINKSPresident Trump names John Kelly as chief of staff, replacing Priebus Priebus gone, can Kelly bring discipline to the White House? Kelly is Trump’s ‘star’...

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