Meanwhile, Geithner tells Politico today he doesn't want Bernanke's job: Geithner is returning to New York to be with his family and said he has no immediate plans beyond relaxing and traveling with his wife. Geithner firmly ruled out ever serving as chairman of the Federal Reserve, something that has been mentioned by people close to the outgoing secretary as a possibility down the road. "Not a chance. I have great respect for the institution, but that will be someone else's privilege." --- Full press conference: Obama says goodbye to Geithner, introduces Jack Lew. The truth: Sheila Bair: 'Tim Geithner Was Bailouter-In-Chief'