“Think about it. People don’t do much for 30 years — ever. … At what point in time is your shelf life over?” he said.
On Friday, after a flight to Florida, Trump held up a map to supporters cheering him on the tarmac.
In one corner, is “somebody who’s like fully trained, a multi-black belt, with all the amount of funding — and then there’s us.”
Both want to make history as the first black woman to serve as Chicago’s mayor. Read Sun-Times profiles of Lori Lightfoot and Toni Preckwinkle.
“Merging health and the environment seemed like a good idea at the time, but it didn’t work out,” said Ald. George Cardenas, head of a key committee.
Many surely don’t know the complicated role Harold Washington played in Toni Preckwinkle’s rise or other factors that brought her to this point.
Lori Lightfoot’s family life growing up in small-town Ohio provided love and support but also one of the toughest challenges a teenager could have.
“If you’re so offended by that, give the money back. Give it back. I’ll give you the address,” said Lightfoot, then gave an address.
Trump was joined on stage by college students, who he said “stood up to the forces of political indoctrination,” because they loved their country.
A runoff that has been Lightfoot’s to lose ever since she finished atop the first round of balloting appears headed for a Lori landslide.
Nearly three-quarters trust making the report to the county’s personnel department would lead to a fair inquiry.
The endorsement gives Preckwinkle a sorely needed victory in the campaign’s crucial home stretch.
But the former history teacher didn’t come to talk history.
One of the biggest political blunders in modern times sunk Michael Dukakis, a Democrat serving as the governor of Massachusetts.
“I’m Republican and I’m Chinese,” Cindy Yang said. “That’s the reason the Democrats want to check me.”