The Week in Review: Trump Says ‘No Excuse’ for Chicago Violence


At a White House meeting this week, President Donald Trump tells Chicago Fraternal Order of Police President Dean Angelo there's “no excuse” for hundreds of shootings in Chicago. 

Mayor Rahm Emanuel presents a plan to give municipal ID cards to undocumented immigrants, promising to protect their identities from immigration officials. 

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Will Paul Vallas be named the head of the troubled Chicago State University

Gov. Bruce Rauner launches a television ad campaign – featuring duct tape – to push his so-called “turnaround agenda” as the Democrats announce their own “comeback agenda.” 

Chicago-based United Airlines is dealing with a public relations debacle by bumping girls from a flight for wearing leggings.

And Ald. Ed Burke asks the Cubs to cancel their plans for a cable network as the team prepares to open the season to defend its World Championship.   

Those stories and more with Eddie Arruza and guests:

Craig Dellimore, WBBM Radio
Maudlyne Ihejirika, Chicago Sun-Times
Nandita Bose, Reuters
Danny Ecker, Crain's Chicago Business

The conversation continues

In this week’s exclusive web-extra video, Arruza and guests discuss the White Sox’s rebuilding, the Blackhawks big win against the Stanley Cup Champion Pittsburgh Penguins, the Bears promise for a better season and fresh beef at McDonald’s.


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