Mayoral posturing

Rahm Emanuel, chief of staff for President Obama and possible Chicago mayoral candidate, on a panel at the Global Cities Forum in Chicago, gets a kick out of moderator Judy Woodruff talking about his possible run for mayor.<br>
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Woodruff noted Emanuel recently said he would like to be mayor of Chicago. "But the consensus is, before that happens, he has to get some real experience," Woodruff said.<br>
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"I'm smiling," Emanuel said, and let out a laugh. "I have two brothers, so ribbing's fine," Emanuel said afterward when asked about Woodruff's introduction. "I'm used to ribbing."
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( Nancy Stone, Chicago Tribune / April 27, 2010 )

Rahm Emanuel, chief of staff for President Obama and possible Chicago mayoral candidate, on a panel at the Global Cities Forum in Chicago, gets a kick out of moderator Judy Woodruff talking about his possible run for mayor.

Woodruff noted Emanuel recently said he would like to be mayor of Chicago. "But the consensus is, before that happens, he has to get some real experience," Woodruff said.

"I'm smiling," Emanuel said, and let out a laugh. "I have two brothers, so ribbing's fine," Emanuel said afterward when asked about Woodruff's introduction. "I'm used to ribbing."

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