Kerik Won't Fill Homeland Post Former New York police commissioner Bernard Kerik has withdrawn as President Bush's nominee to head the Homeland Security Department. Kerik cited questions about the immigration status of a housekeeper/nanny he employed. Hear NPR's Scott Simon and NPR's Don Gonyea.
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Kerik Won't Fill Homeland Security Post

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Former New York police commissioner Bernard Kerik has withdrawn as President Bush's nominee to head the Homeland Security Department. Kerik cited questions about the immigration status of a housekeeper/nanny he employed. Hear NPR's Scott Simon and NPR's Don Gonyea.

Bernard Kerik appeared with President Bush on Dec. 3, the day his nomination for the Homeland Security post was announced. Reuters hide caption

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