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Bernie Kerik's story has legs as revelations about his background continue. No doubt the White House would like it to go away. George W. Bush is supposed to have been very enthusiastic about Kerik having felt like the two had bonded. Karl Rove isn't one to rely on touchy-feely stuff like Bush does when he looks someone in the eye and sees his soul. Frances Townsend, Bush's adviser on Homeland Security, was a federal prosecutor in New York, but supposedly wasn't consulted about Kerik because she too had been under consideration for the spot. Also reported is that Kerik used an apartment that was for police to rest in from dealing with Ground Zero as a love nest that overlooked the scene. Joe Lieberman has reportedly turned down a Bush offer to run Homeland Security.
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