If there was any question, there shouldn't be.
Rahm Emanuel wants a second term as mayor of Chicago. And he's adamant he won't bow out early or eventually seek a higher office.
In an interview with the Chicago Sun-Times' Fran Spielman earlier this week, the former White House Chief of Staff said he'd support a presidential run of either Vice President Joe Biden or former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, but he's not going anywhere.
Emanuel took office in 2011 and says if he wins a second term he'll serve it out.
But if Clinton calls on him to be a running mate?
"Please. I’m gonna be mayor," he said, according to a report of the interview. "This is a hypothetical. I’m not doing hypotheticals."