Solyndra: Rahm Emanuel eager to help solar company

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Mayor Rahm Emanuel, President Obama’s former chief of staff, was eager to help Solyndra, the Washington Post is reporting Friday afternoon. Read the story about Emanuel and the failed solar company HERE.

Post lede: “White House staff discussed in e-mails that either President Obama or his former chief of staff Rahm Emanuel were eager to help spotlight a solar company in early 2009, despite numerous internal warnings that the company could be financially unstable, according to newly obtained e-mails.”

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