WASHINGTON - OCTOBER 01: White House chief of staff Rahm Emanuel speaks during an East Room event October 1, 2010 at the White House in Washington, DC. U.S. President Barack Obama announced the resignation of Emanuel, who will run for the mayor of Chicago, and named Pete Rouse as interim chief of staff. (Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images) *** Local Caption *** Rahm Emanuel
Rahm Emanuel has been defeated.
The ballet dancing former congressman may have conquered Washington D.C. but he couldn't crack his high school's hall of fame.
Rahm's Alma mater, New Trier Township High School, rolled out its first annual alumni Hall of Honors awards this week and Emanuel's name didn't make the list.
Some notable alums did beat out the Chicago mayoral candidate.
Donald Rumsfeld (Class of 1950), Playboy executive Christie Hefner (Class of 1970) and Rainn Wilson (Class of 1984) and others in fields of television, medicine and dance we're included.
The Winnetka school also overlooked another politician -- U.S. Sen. Mark Kirk.
Maybe Kirk and Rahm can campaign together to get on next year's ballot.