In 1985, White House Chief of Staff, Rahm Emanuel, received his M.A. in Speech and Communication at Northwestern.
"Yes, he's been subpoenaed by the defense," one of Rod Blagojevich's lawyers, Shelly Sorosky said to the Sun-Times' Lynn Sweet.
That’s a distinct change from late April when Emanuel proudly decreed that he hadn’t been asked to testify. Must have come in between.
Blagojevich's lawyers also subpoenaed White House Senior Advisor Valerie Jarrett. Both subpoenaes were later confirmed by the White House, according to Sweet.
It’s no guarantee that any of them will actually take the stand. Lawyers said it depends on what happens at the trial, which starts Thursday.
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