No Sweet Chicago Homecoming for Emanuel
(Bloomberg) — Rahm Emanuel, four days removed from the second most powerful job at the White House, learned yesterday that coming home to Chicago isn't always so sweet. Rivals to the throne of retiring Mayor Richard M. Daley sent supporters to challenge the former White House chief of staff. Protesters jeered his role in President Barack Obama's support for Wall Street banks. And black voters criticized him for what they said was the administration's inability to help Chicago communities suffering from unemployment.
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