Jewish residents of Chicago are not unanimous in their support for former White House chief of staff Rahm Emanuel who announced Sunday that he's preparing to run for mayor of the city, The Chicago Tribune
reported on Sunday.
"There are questions about his positions on Israel," said Chesky Montrose, 32 who is a resident of one of the Jewish neighborhoods on the Far North Side, the report said.
"It's not logical that international policy would influence a race for mayor. But there is some resentment here, no doubt," Montrose continued.