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Emanuel and Blagojevich retrial. Axelrod: "It won't amount to much"

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Chicago mayor-elect Rahm Emanuel remains under defense subpoena in Rod Blagojevich's April retrial on corruption charges. Sun-Times federal court reporter Natasha Korecki, stationed at Emanuel's victory party Tuesday night, asked former White House senior advisor David Axelrod--a close Emanuel pal--about the case. Read her post on the exchange here.

Korecki reports on this and more: "When asked if Emanuel could take the stand in Blagojevich's case, Axelrod shrugged it off. "I really don't know. Whatever happens happens. But I have every confidence that it won't amount to much," Axelrod said.

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