Transcript: Tribune interview with Mayor Rahm Emanuel
Mayor Rahm Emanuel, shown in July, discussed his economic plan for the city Wednesday. (Nancy Stone, Chicago Tribune / July 30, 2014)
RE: (to Stone) Nice to see you as always. You I like.
NS: I never write one thing you say.
RE: That's right.
RE: Want some water?
DK: No thanks. You have a beer over there?
RE: Yeah (laughing) — no.
RE: How you doing?
DK: Good, could be better.
RE: Why's that?
DK: I'll know more after we're done.
RE: That's up to you man. It's good to meet you and I know you will get the story right (garbled).
DK: My editor put in the photo assignment, this is not my fault.
RE: Again, I like her. I hate you. As my mother used to say. I used to my mother, you know, three boys, I was the middle one. I said, You love Zeke — my older brother — you love Zeke more than you love me and she said I hate you all equally.
SH: That's a perfect response.
RE: It's totally a Jewish mother thing. I hate you all equally.
DK: We were just talking how she is going to stay here until the end because it gets better.
RE: What you mean?
DK: When you are throwing me out of the office the pictures get better.