Coming up this evening on "Piers Morgan Tonight," Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel joins the program, offering his distinct insight on politics, and sharing his ideas on "Keeping America Great."
President Obama's former White House Chief of Staff, and a surrogate for the reelection campaign, Emanuel cautions against the GOP as a solution to the financial crisis:
"I would say clearly Mitt Romney's economic policies want to take us to a point in time which actually led to this crisis that we've had, both in the auto industry, the financial sector and the economy as a whole," he tells Piers Morgan. "Remember, if it was up to Mitt Romney, we wouldn't have an auto industry."
By contrast, says the mayor, the president backed the the middle-class:
"Obama said 'Absolutely not. I'm going to double down on the American worker,'" explains Emanuel. "And whose policies was right for that industry, is also who's right for this country."
Watch the clip, and listen to the interview, then tune in this evening at 9 p.m. as Emanuel details his emphasis on education, and reveals his biggest personal failures.