Jeanne Uzdawinis said she started Cafe Selmarie because “I want to open a cafe in my neighborhood for my neighbors and my friends.”
“It’s hard to describe this as a modern White House. It may be a post-modern White House,” Rahm Emanuel said. “You’re watching a slow-motion crash.”
Sneed is told top Cook County Dem slatemakers are predicting J.B. Pritzker will be the party’s pick to try to unseat Gov. Bruce Rauner.
Said an anonymous Rauner staffer: “Staff fear was at its height. Doors were shut. People were crying.”
Didn’t anyone tell former presidential adviser David Axelrod about the rough-and-tumble world of condo board politics?
A students-only seminar Wednesday at the University of Chicago with former Donald Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski is drawing fire.
Throughout his two terms, President Barack Obama tapped trusted Chicagoans for key posts, including David Axelrod, Rahm Emanuel and William Daley.
The boisterous City Club of Chicago crowd fell silent when David Axelrod described sobbing the night Congress voted on the Affordable Care Act.
Incoming press secretary Sean Spicer said he checks Donald Trump’s Twitter first thing in the morning because it has such an impact on the news cycle.
David Axelrod and other institute fellows went on to discuss a wide range of topics related to the election — including Trump’s stance on trade deals.