Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel on Monday refused to say whether he thought House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer were the right leaders to help Democrats win back majorities in Congress in 2018, saying it wasn't a "good question."
Schumer, Pelosi, and other Democratic leaders rolled out an economic agenda last month called "A Better Deal," which received poor reviews from progressives and media figures.
When asked by host Poppy Harlow if he agreed with Moulton's statement, Emanuel did not directly answer but instead said he wanted the party to recruit candidates who best represented their specific districts.
"You're the one who led the effort for Dems to retake Congress in 2006 … Yes or no answer. Is this leadership, Pelosi-Schumer, the leadership to do that?" Harlow asked