Mayor Rahm Emanuel's re-election is barely 24 hours old, but he already faces questions about his future after being mayor.
While the mayor isn't clear about his plans, there's one place he says is not in his near future: the White House.
Emanuel responded to a question about joining Hillary Clinton's cabinet if she were elected president in 2016 this morning at a press conference at the Carole Robertson Center for Learning Wednesday.
His answer? A resounding "no."
"I just got hired for this job ... This is the best job I ever had, I have no interest in another job. Zero, zilch," Emanuel said.
Whether he was just tired after a late night celebrating with friends and family at Matchbox after a private staff party, or whether he was just looking for a punch line, he joked that President Obama did offer him a cabinet job.
Although he won't return to the White House for Clinton, he did receive a congratulatory phone call from her.
Emanuel also received a call from President Obama, but it appears the president only offered congratulations and stayed away from business talk, specifically concerning the Obama Presidential Library.
"When I hear, you'll hear, trust me," Emanuel told his audience.