US President Donald Trump has nominated White House deputy chief of staff Kirstjen Nielsen to be the next US homeland security secretary. Nielson previously was the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) chief of staff when John Kelly led the department for the first six months of the Trump administration. Kelly stepped down as homeland security secretary in July to become White House chief of staff and Nielson came to the White House with him. Elaine Duke has been serving as acting DHS ...

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