CHICAGO — White House chief of staff Bill Daley says he'll return to Chicago after the 2012 election.Daley tells WMAQ-TV in Chicago he has committed to stay with President Barack Obama in Washington "through his re-election" and "then my wife and I will be back in Chicago."
The youngest of Mayor Richard J. Daley’s children is by no means the runt of the pack. As special counsel to former President Bill Clinton, Bill Daley famously led the charge to pass the North American Free Trade Agreement.
Rahm Emanuel says Bill Daley would make be a good pick to replace him on a permanent basis as White House chief of staff. Published reports say President Barack Obama is considering hiring Daley for the position previously held by Emanuel.