Elaine Costanzo Duke (born June 26, 1958) is an American civil servant and former United States Deputy Secretary of Homeland Security, serving from April 10, 2017 until April 15, 2018. She became acting Secretary of Homeland Security on July 31, 2017, when John F. Kelly assumed the office of White House Chief of ...
Feb 23, 2018 ... Homeland Security Deputy Secretary Elaine Duke will leave the Trump administration in April after serving a year in the department that included a stint as acting secretary.
Feb 23, 2018 ... Elaine Duke, the deputy secretary of Homeland Security and a former acting secretary of DHS, will retire in April, the department announced Friday. “Elaine has selflessly served the federal government for three decades, and this department for more than 10 years spanning multiple secretaries," Homeland ...
Feb 23, 2018 ... Homeland Security Deputy Secretary Elaine Duke briefly became acting secretary after John Kelly took on a new role as White House chief of staff.
Feb 23, 2018 ... Elaine Duke, the No. 2 official at the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), is stepping down from her post in the Trump administration.
Nov 11, 2017 ... Elaine Duke had been retired for several years from a three-decade federal government career when she got a call last winter to come back to Washington D.C. After Donald Trump's surprise presidential win, the campaign-turned- transition team was scrambling to find experts. Duke, 58, had years of ...
Apr 11, 2017 ... Elaine Duke was the Deputy Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security ( DHS) from April 10, 2017 to April 15, 2018. She also served as the Acting Secretary of Homeland Security from July 31, 2017 to December 6, 2017.
Nov 9, 2017 ... Elaine Duke, Acting Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), is reportedly set to resign in light of being asked to reverse a decision extending temporary residents permits to thousands of Central American immigrants living in the US.
Nov 9, 2017 ... On Monday, as the Department of Homeland Security prepared to extend the residency permits of tens of thousands of Hondurans living in the United States, White House Chief of Staff John F. Kelly called acting secretary Elaine Duke to pressure her to expel them, according to current and former ...