By Bill Cameron, WLS News
(CHICAGO) Mayor Rahm Emanuel is hitting back at Gov. Bruce Rauner’s recent jabs.
Rauner has been sliming Rahm lately, trying to get him to lean on Speaker Madigan to make a deal to trade a tax hike for some of the governor’s anti-union changes.
In response, Rahm is taking note of Rauner’s first anniversary in office this week.
“My recommendation is rather than pointing fingers at everybody else and talking about their work he should take the time to talk about his work and the accomplishments, or the lack there of, that would reflect the one year of his tenure,” Emanuel said.
And the mayor said the governor should stop the talk about giving Chicago schools less money instead of more, as the governor did taping Connected to Chicago for Sunday at 7 p.m.
@ WLS News 2015